Transportation is responsible for more emissions than any other sector in the state, and Vermont set a stated goal of drastically increasing the number of EVs on the road so it could meet the requirements of the 2020 Global Warming Solutions Act.
News Release -- Vermont Law School June 20, 2018 CONTACT: Ben Jervey office: 802-831-1228 cell: 802-282-3071 [email protected] Steve Kerekes 703-508-2550 [email protected] Protect Our Power and Institute for Energy and the Environment Partner for a More Secure and Resilient Electric Grid SOUTH ROYALTON, Vt., June 20, 2018— The Institute for Energy and the Environment (IEE) at […]
A new book co-authored by a Vermont Law School energy expert and a recent graduate has the attention of state regulators and environmental professionals as it focuses on policies needed to meet the Environmental Protection Agency’s new climate rules.
The Institute for Energy and the Environment (IEE) at Vermont Law School (VLS) has awarded two research associates with funds to pursue internships at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in Washington, D.C., and the California Center for Sustainable Energy (CCSE) in San Diego.
The groups will provide the EPA with technical, analytical and outreach assistance to the national ENERGY STAR® program in the Commercial, Institutional, and Industrial (CI&I) sectors.
“Our goal was to support the plan and create a map of the regulatory and legal landscape of Vermont’s energy policy,” said Professor Michael Dworkin, director of the IEE. “The plan is to be used by decision makers and a lay audience who are looking for the forest, not the trees.”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — Sept. 7, 2010 CONTACT: John Cramer, Associate Director of Media Relations SOUTH ROYALTON, VT ––Vermont Law School’s Institute for Energy and the Environment has hired two energy policy experts to conduct smart grid research aimed at laying the legal and regulatory groundwork for updating the U.S. power grid. Kevin Jones, who […]