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Community Energy Dashboard

The Energy Action Network has initiated a soft launch of the Community Energy Dashboard, a tool that can help your community shape its energy future by using a powerful suite of interactive tools to set goals, track progress, map actions, and share stories. The Dashboard helps translate Vermont's goal of 90% of total energy from renewable sources by 2050 into achievable local action across all energy sectors - efficiency, heat, electricity and transportation.

You can begin to explore and use the Dashboard now, although it will be refined over the coming months through a targeted planning project involving 15 towns across the state, including Dorset in our region. Visit vtenergydashboard.org and begin exploring.

The Dashboard was created by the Energy Action Network (EAN) and the Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund (VSJF) together with partners from the Vermont Efficiency Investment Corporation (VEIC), the Vermont Energy and Climate Action Network (VECAN - VNRC), the Department of Public Service (DPS), Green Mountain Power (GMP), and Efficiency Vermont. Contact Jim Sullivan at the BCRC for more information about the Dashboard and local energy planning.