REPORT TO THE VERMONT STATE LEGISLATURE │Act 62 – Preliminary Report on All-Fuels Energy Efficiency │Submitted by the Vermont Public Utility Commission to the House Committee on Energy and Technology and the Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Energy
The PUC report to the Vermont State Legislature addresses how providers of Voice Over Internet Protocol (“VoIP”) voice information service comply with federal requirements for backup battery power availability for non-line-powered telephones.
The report submitted by the Vermont Public Utility Commission to the Senate and House Committees on Transportation, the Senate Committee on Natural Resources & Energy, and the House Committee on Energy & Technology.
Vermont law requires an independent audit every three years of the reported energy and capacity savings and cost-effectiveness of programs of energy efficiency programs approved by the Public Utility Commission. In fulfillment of this requirement, the Public Utility Commission contracted with Evergreen Economics for the independent audit of energy efficiency program years 2014-2016. The Evergreen Economics reports address the energy efficiency services delivered by Efficiency Vermont, BED, and Vermont Gas.