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Jericho and Underhill homeowners can sign up for a FREE visit from a professional energy contractor. They'll identify projects that will provide the best energy savings and improve your health and comfort. You'l get an estimate of project cost and payback period. Then, you decide what you'd like to take on.


Sign ups are available through December 15th.


You pay for your heat. Don't let it slip through the crack!


Sign up at buttonupvermont.org/request-visit.


Quick Vermont
Energy Facts
More than one-third of Vermont school children attend facilities heated by wood products, and almost one in six homes in Vermont heat by wood.
Vermont produces 40% of the electricity it consumes and depends on power fro Canada and neighboring states to meet customer demand.
Vermont's electricity generation comes almost entirely from renewable resources, and more than half of its hydroelectric power.
In the years 2011 through 2017, 74.2 megawatts of utility-scale solar photo-voltaic capacity and 89 megawatts of small-scale PV capacity were installed in Vermont.
In 2015, Vermont enacted the nation's first integrated renewable energy standard (RES), which requires 75% of retail ecetricty sales to come from renwable sources by 2032.

Jericho and Underhill homeowners can sign up for a FREE visit from a professional energy contractor. They'll identify projects that will provide the best energy savings and improve your health and comfort. You'l get an estimate of project cost and payback period. Then, you decide what you'd like to take on.


Sign ups are available through December 15th.


You pay for your heat. Don't let it slip through the crack!


Sign up at buttonupvermont.org/request-visit.


Quick Vermont
Energy Facts
More than one-third of Vermont school children attend facilities heated by wood products, and almost one in six homes in Vermont heat by wood.
Vermont produces 40% of the electricity it consumes and depends on power fro Canada and neighboring states to meet customer demand.
Vermont's electricity generation comes almost entirely from renewable resources, and more than half of its hydroelectric power.
In the years 2011 through 2017, 74.2 megawatts of utility-scale solar photo-voltaic capacity and 89 megawatts of small-scale PV capacity were installed in Vermont.
In 2015, Vermont enacted the nation's first integrated renewable energy standard (RES), which requires 75% of retail ecetricty sales to come from renwable sources by 2032.