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VERMONT LAUNCHES RENEWABLE ENERGY ATLAS!

VERMONT LAUNCHES RENEWABLE ENERGY ATLAS!

The Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund (VSJF) recently launched the Renewable Energy Atlas of Vermont, here a state-of-the-art GIS-based web application that identifies, analyzes, and visualizes existing and promising locations for renewable energy projects.

The Atlas is the first tool of its kind in the United States to enable users to
choose their town or county and then select from a suite of renewable energy
options including biomass, efficiency, geothermal, hydroelectric, solar, and
wind.

According to Atlas project director Scott Sawyer, “with the proliferation of
energy committees in over 90 towns and cities, it’s clear that Vermonters want a
renewable energy and efficiency based economy.

VSJF believes it’s important to make renewable energy data accessible to everyone, so that citizens, businesses, utilities, state agencies, and organizations charged with building the state’s future can make informed renewable energy project decisions.”

For corrections, comments, or more information, contact Scott Sawyer here.

2 comments to VERMONT LAUNCHES RENEWABLE ENERGY ATLAS!

  • Eric Brattstrom

    Have you mapped photovoltaic module locations throughout the state? All Earth Renewables has a Google Map of theirs. I’m interested in producing a 10/10/10 photo album of Mad River Valley sites for a 350.org event. Need help!

  • You know who might be most helpful with this is Yestermorrow School, the folks at the solar farmstand just below the gas station in Warren and also Dick Robson, Architect. There is Larry from VT Soapworks and Sandy from Seasoned Books – oh, Bill MaClay, Architect!! and maybe Ward Smythe (Turtle Creek Builders). Tell them I referred them to you! I think this is a great idea. Let us know how it all goes.. Maybe we can do something with this in a future issue of Green Energy Times! Thx for visiting our site. Hope you are reading our publication!

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