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  • Go Renewable! | Renewable Energy Vermont
    RE 2016 Conference Resources Frequently Asked Questions How to be an Informed Buyer Job Openings News Resource Documents Requests for Proposals Go Renewable Renewable Energy Vermont Go Renewable Eliminate and reduce electric and hot water bills protect yourself from rising energy costs and lock in monthly payments that make sense going solar with your own solar photovoltaic or hot water system is easy affordable and a good investment Solar Power and Hot Water For Your Home in Three Easy Steps Combined with a realistic energy efficiency and conservation program a 5 kilowatt kWH solar PV system can provide 90 100 of the average Vermont household s electrical needs A two collector solar hot water system can reduce an average Vermont household s hot water needs by 70 With easy financing solar PV and hot water can be yours with low monthly payments And after these systems are paid off the savings on your electrical and hot water bills go directly into your pocket Follow these links to our Vermont Solar Photovoltaic and Solar Hot Water Guides to see how easy getting started with a solar installation can be Find out how solar works and can benefit your household Learn about

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  • Vermont Renewable Energy Business Listing | Renewable Energy Vermont
    MW SHW 10 133 00 BTU day WPB 400 000 BTU hr Corporation NABCEP VT Plumbers VT Electrician License ACCA IGSHPA Integrity Energy Solar PV Solar Hot Water Commercial Residential Windsor VT Yes Yes Full PV Full SHW 4 90 600 kW LLP NABCEP PV Installation Professional Namaste Solar Solar PV Commercial Boulder CO Yes No 11 753 47157 kW Employee Owned Co Op NABCEP Northern Reliability Solar Wind Storage Commercial Washington VT Yes No 9 75 550 000 kW Corporation Norwich Technologies Solar PV Commercial Residential Windsor VT Yes Yes Full PV 4 56 950 kW S Corp Inc Nunez Electric LLC Solar PV Commercial Residential Franklin VT Yes Yes Full PV 13 29 750 kW S Corp Master Electrician NABCEP OSHA 10 O Meara Solar Solar PV Commercial Residential Orange VT Yes Yes Provisional PV 2 25 100 kW LLC Master Electrician Peck Electric Solar PV Commercial Residential Chittenden VT Yes Yes Full PV 44 2 000 45 MW S Corp NABCEP Power Guru Solar PV Commercial Residential Bennington VT Yes Yes Full PV 8 80 1 MW LLC NABCEP Prudent Living Solar PV Residential Commercial Windsor VT Yes Yes Full PV 7 60 70 1 5 MW S Corp NABCEP RESTEC Solar PV Solar Hot Water Commercial Residential Windsor VT Yes Yes Full PV Full SHW 9 100 1500 kW LLC NABCEP Same Sun of VT Solar PV Commercial Residential Rutland VT Yes Yes Full PV 5 300 1 25 MW S Corp NABCEP Saxtons River Solar Electric Solar PV Commercial Residential Windham VT Yes Yes Provisional PV 4 5 20 125 kW Locally Owned Sole Proprietor Advanced Solar PV Training Solaflect Solar PV Commercial Residential Windsor VT Yes Yes Full PV 9 200 800 kW LLC NABCEP Solar Source Solar PV Commercial Residential New Hampshire Yes Yes Full PV 10 96 1 1 MW Corporation NABCEP SolarTech Solar PV Commercial Residential Caledonia VT Yes Yes Full PV Solar Works Solar PV Commercial Residential Bennington VT Yes Yes Full PV 10 N A N A S Corp BPI Cert PV Installer SunCommon Solar PV Commercial Community Residential Washington VT Yes Yes Full PV 4 1 800 14 MW C Corp B Corp SunEdison Solar PV Wind Commercial Residential Boston MA Yes Yes Full PV Full Wind 13 1 700 4 000 MW Publicly Traded Corporation Sunwood Systems Wood Pellet Boilers Residential Washington VT Yes Yes TARM USA Wood Pellet Boilers Commercial Residential New Hampshire Yes No Solar Specialists Solar Hot Water Commercial Residential Washington VT Yes Yes Full SHW USA Solar Store Solar PV Solar Hot Water Commercial Residential Windsor VT Yes Yes Full PV Full SHW 16 VT Renewable Fuels Wood Pellet Boilers Commercial Residential Washington VT Yes No VT Solar Engineering Solar PV Commercial Residential Chittenden VT Yes Yes Full PV StarWind Turbines Wind Commercial Residential Bennington VT Yes Yes Full Wind 3 5 200 kW LLC ARC Mechanical Engineering Wood Pellet Boilers Residential Orange VT No No Bristol Electronics Solar PV Commercial Residential Addison

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  • Vermont Solar Consumer Guide: Solar Hot Water | Renewable Energy Vermont
    program offers Vermont solar PV and hot water customers a cash rebate of approximately 450 per collector Your installer will handle the paperwork and simply deduct this amount from the overall price of the system currently equal to approximately 900 off the total cost 3 Another 30 off the total cost with the Federal Tax Credit for solar energy systems The federal government offers a 30 Income Tax Credit for solar PV and hot water systems Eligible homeowners and businesses with taxable income get 30 of the total system cost in addition to the Incentive Program rebate taken off their personal or business income tax return This amounts to 2 400 for the lower system cost and 3 300 at the higher system cost Then it s nearly free After the system is paid off your hot water will be next to free Will it work at my house Homeowners and business owners can consult the Renewable Energy Atlas of Vermont a dynamic and easy to use tool to help assess the potential for solar energy projects throughout the state This tool will help you quickly gauge a rough estimate of how much sun resource is available at county city and individual address levels You can also find other renewable energy projects and installations nearby and view REV Member installers manufacturers and other businesses What s the Bottom Line 8 000 11 000 Gross cost of installed system 950 Vermont Small Scale RE Incentive approx 450 per collector 7 050 9 050 1 900 2 800 System owner may be eligible for a 30 Federal ITC individual tax credit or investment tax credit for business 5 150 6 250 Final system cost Washington Electric Coop and the Energy Coop of VT are promoting this program and are offering an additional 1300 1500 discount on installation on top of the Efficiency Vermont rebate if you are using partner installers ReSource Youth Build or Harvestar respectively Click here for more details How to Get Started Connect With a Local Partner Installer Take advantage of the Incentive Program by hiring a Vermont Wind and Solar Program Partner Solar Thermal Partners have proven experience and installation track records and can quickly assess your home s hot water needs and potential for solar thermal Here s how it will work Search the REV listings of Partner Installers Find a local installer by looking at the REV Partner Directory In the REV Partner Directory enter your zipcode or town name You ll get a list of the closest installers to choose from The solar installer comes and assess your home and solar potential at no obligation The Partner installer will come to your home and assess your hot water needs as well as your home s solar potential the amount of sunshine that hits your home among other factors The Partner installer will then provide a written proposal outlining the appropriate system for your needs and what the rebated cost will be at no obligation to

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  • Vermont Solar Consumer Guide: Solar Photovoltaic | Renewable Energy Vermont
    Rebate valid until Dec 2016 Then it s free After the system is paid off your electricity will be 90 100 free Will it work at my house Homeowners and business owners can consult the Renewable Energy Atlas of Vermont a dynamic and easy to use tool to help assess the potential for solar energy projects throughout the state This tool will help you quickly gauge a rough estimate of how much sun is available at county city and individual address levels You can also find other renewable energy projects and installations nearby and view REV Member installers manufacturers and other businesses What s the Bottom Line 22 000 gross cost of installed system 6 225 System owner may be eligible for a 30 Federal ITC individual tax credit or investment tax credit for business 15 775 Final system cost Additional Incentives Net Metering The PV panels are connected to the electricity grid through your home s utility meter Electricity generated by your PV system is used by your home first and any extra is fed back into the grid Electricity that you put back into the grid is counted as a credit approximately 12 13 cents per kWh generated against cloudy days when the PV system might not satisfy your home s energy demands VT Statewide Solar Adder This innovative provision in the H 56 Vermont Energy Act of 2011 creates a special statewide solar customer benefit Recognizing the peak power savings of net metered solar the new law creates a financial incentive to catalyze more net metered solar by require utilities to offer at monetary credit to solar net metering customers for the energy they produce Modeled after Green Mountain Power s Solar GMP program utilities will be required to issue an additional credit on top of the base residential per kWh credit that solar customers already receive to make a total of 20 cents per kWh This means that for every kWh your system generates you get credited 20 cents per kWh Customers are awarded the per kWh customer credit for a 10 year period Keep in mind that solar adder may vary Check with your local utilities or installers for more information How to Get Started Connect With a Local Partner Installer Take advantage of the Incentive Program by hiring a Vermont Wind and Solar Program Partner Solar PV Partners have experience and installation track records and can quickly assess your home s electrical needs and potential for solar PV Here s how it will work Search the REV listings of Partner Installers Search the Partner Installer Directory for your zipcode or town name You ll get a list of the closest installers to choose from The solar installer comes and assess your home and solar potential at no obligation The Partner installer will come to your home and assess your electrical needs as well as your home s solar potential the amount of sunshine that hits your home among other factors The Partner installer will

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  • Wood Pellet Boiler: Consumer Guide | Renewable Energy Vermont
    You re also choosing to source your energy locally which provides local forest manufacturing and transportation jobs This makes advanced Wood Pellet Heating the right option for you and for your community And with wood pellets saving home and business owners between 40 and 60 off their fossil fuel heating bills it s the economic choice too Combine that with the incentives available and financing a wood pellet boiler has never been more affordable What it Costs The average wood pellet boiler system averages around 15 000 with system design equipment and installation The Clean Energy Development Fund CEDF incentive amount of 2 500 and the Efficiency Vermont incentive amount of 2 000 is a total incentive amount of 4 500 But wait there s more The CEDF incentive includes a Thermal Efficiency Adder of 500 This adder will be added to the base incentive if a professional thermal audit is completed on the building If the building has already had an audit up to 500 can be added to the base incentive if energy efficiency thermal measures identified in the audit up to 30 of the cost were completed Additionally the CEDF incentive program has an option of an additional 500 Create a Pellet Storage Adder of 500 for pellet storage systems that have at least 20 days of storage under peak load conditions base incentive will still require pellet storage of 14 days What s the Bottom Line 15 000 Average Gross cost of installed system 5 000 CEDF s Incentive Efficiency Vermont Incentive up to 5 500 with two adders 10 000 Estimated final system cost Forms Here s your one stop shop for the forms you need to obtain your rebates To print out the Efficiency Vermont Incentive form click here To print out the CEDF incentive forms click here Financing In addition to the incentive use the below options to make your Modern Wood Pellet Boiler even more affordable Northern Forest Center NEK Model Neighborhood Project provide incentives of 1 5 000 sliding scale based on income to residential systems located in the Northeast Kingdom Orleans Essex and Caledonia Counties Detailed information and an application can be found at https northernforest org programs modern wood heat model neighborhood applications or by contacting Rhonda Shippee NEK Project Manager at rshippee northernforest org PACE Program Property Assessed Clean Energy PACE can help homeowners overcome financial obstacles to investing in energy improvements to their homes Unique from traditional financing mechanisms PACE includes the proposed energy savings provided in the estimated cash flow analysis as income when being considered for approval By linking the improvements with the property rather than the individual it allows financing to be transferable to a new homeowner before the assessment has been paid off This ensures that homeowners make an investment that will serve them in the short term and serve future residents of the home through lower energy bills and improved comfort Alternatively PACE financing can also be paid off in full at

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  • Events | Renewable Energy Vermont
    Openings News Resource Documents Requests for Proposals Events Renewable Energy Vermont Events Plug Into Renewable Energy May 19 June 2 Following the end of the Legislative Session REV is hitting the road and we re coming to a town near you Join us at one of the eight locations to learn more about what we re up to meet our new Executive Director Olivia Campbell Andersen and for FOOD DRINKS RAFFLES and FUN Learn more here Celebrate Solar June 18 2016 Solar is increasingly part of our energy future and fabric of our communities And much like open sugar houses in the spring and open art studios in the fall we d like to open up our solar success stories to community members statewide to learn about these systems powering our neighbors More info is coming soon Check out last year s celebrate solar here and email info revermont org for more info on how you can be a part of Celebrate Solar 2016 REV Conference Decision 2016 Energy Choices October 13 14 2016 Sheraton Burlington 870 Williston Rd Burlington VT 05403 More Info Renewable Energy Standard Workshops September 24 2015 May 6 2016 Next Working Group Meetings are Scheduled For Tier 1 2 Working Group March 17 2016 9 30 AM 11 00 AM Hearing Rm 112 State St 3rd Flr Tier 3 Working Group March 17 2016 11 00 AM 12 30 PM Hearing Rm 112 State St 3rd Flr More Info Northeast Biomass Heating Expo March 30 April 1 2016 Northeast Biomass Heating Expo NHBX is excited to announce that the 2016 educational conference and expo will be held at the Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center in Burlington VT We have been fortunate enough to secure the dates of Wednesday March 30 Friday April 1 for our

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  • Celebrate Solar | Renewable Energy Vermont
    Frequently Asked Questions How to be an Informed Buyer Job Openings News Resource Documents Requests for Proposals Celebrate Solar Renewable Energy Vermont Celebrate Solar On June 18 2016 the Renewable Energy Vermont Education Fund will be hosting our 2nd Annual Celebrate Solar Day throughout the state Celebrate Solar was created to showcase the ever growing number of solar projects throughout Vermont and to bring more awareness through multiple open houses throughout Vermont open for folks to stop by ask questions and to get to know more about solar Last year s Celebrate Solar Tours was a great success With the sun shining on a 75 degree day around 50 sites throughout the state showcased their solar systems and so much more There was a yoga class held in a field with solar panels a cider mill with solar a driving range with a free bucket of balls and multiple single family homes and other various businesses showcasing their solar One Burlington homeowner stated We really wanted to generate our own energy and for us solar is a great way Folks also visited various businesses throughout the state to see firsthand how solar can benefit a community and bring a community

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  • Plug Into Renewable Energy | Renewable Energy Vermont
    REV is hitting the road and we re coming to a town near you Join us to learn more about what we re up to meet our new Executive Director Olivia Campbell Andersen and for FOOD DRINKS RAFFLES and FUN These events are FREE and open to all REV members their employees friends neighbors town energy committee members renewable energy enthusiasts and more RSVP to ansley revermont org for the location nearest you Burlington Date Thursday May 19 2016 from 5 00 pm to 6 30 pm Location Vermont Energy Investment Corporation 128 Lakeside Avenue Suite 401 Burlington VT 05401 Waterbury Date Friday May 20 2016 from 5 00 pm to 6 30 pm Location The Reservoir 1 S Main St Waterbury VT 05676 Norwich Date Monday May 23 2016 from 5 00 pm to 6 30 pm Location Norwich Inn 325 Main St Norwich VT 05055 Rutland Date Tuesday May 24 2016 from 5 00 pm to 6 30 pm Location Roots 51 Wales St Rutland VT 05701 Middlebury Date Wednesday May 25 2016 from 5 00 pm to 6 30 pm Location American Flatbread Middlebury 137 Maple St Middlebury VT 05753 Brattleboro Date Thursday May 26 2016 from

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