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Buyer Beware: Not All LEDs Are Created Equal

This post was contributed by Lara Bonn, Efficiency Vermont's Efficient Products Strategic Planning Manager.

The High Cost of Doing Nothing

This article was originally posted on Efficiency Vermont's blog.

I often speak with small- to mid-size business owners who are so strapped for money and time, that much-needed energy-efficiency upgrades just never happen, even though they know the potential for savings.

Here’s the thing: not making time to...

What Makes Heat Pumps So Efficient Anyway?

Thanks to Jake Marin (HVAC Program Manager) and Efficiency Vermont for contributing this especially relevant piece on burgeoning heat pump products. Heat pump technologies transfer heat much more efficiently than traditional methods and are quickly becoming a financially viable alternative. 

What is the Return on Investment of Energy Efficiency?

Efficiency Vermont has added another piece to their 'Energy Efficiency as an Investment' repertoire. This infographic clarifies one of the most apparent benefits of energy efficiency, the ROI tends to be high!

Infographic: Energy Efficiency as an Investment

Thanks to Jim Merriam, and his team at Efficiency Vermont, for contributing this great piece comparing ROIs of some common investments with energy efficiency investments.

What Comes After the CFL? Technologies, Techniques, and Long Term Approaches in Energy Efficiency

NEEP guest-blogger, Jim Merriam, Director of Efficiency Vermont, introduces five white papers by Efficiency Vermont staff and shares his perspective on strategies for the future of energy efficiency in Vermont. Efficiency Vermont provides valuable support to NEEP and to the entire Northeast energy efficiency network.

Vermont Stretches for Energy Efficiency

By next year, there could be a substantial increase in building energy efficiency for interested Vermont cities and towns.