The Vermont Energy Saver portal was established to provide the public with thermal energy efficiency information. While the focus is thermal energy efficiency, visitors will find materials about both thermal renewable energy and thermal energy efficiency services and resources. For the purposes of this website, the term thermal energy refers to the fuels used for a building's heating, cooling and hot water needs.
For more information on other electric, natural gas and weatherization efficiency programs in Vermont, please visit the Contact page or contact your local energy efficiency utility, distribution utility and/or weatherization program directly.
NOTICE: The Vermont Department of Public Service gratefully acknowledges the use of open source material from Efficiency Maine, Energize Connecticut, Mass Save and the U.S. government for this website.
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