2020: the year of the home, when we were asked to stay in as part of a massive group effort to keep the coronavirus out. Our homes have come to mean more to us than ever before, and in the process, we’ve gotten to know them better.
With 2020 nearing its end, we look back in remembrance of one of the most challenging years to date. Though, with all these struggles, the Charlotte Energy Committee is confident they remained strong in serving the public and making positive strides in terms of weatherization, transportation, education and renewable energy.
New funding and streamlined programs mean that for most Vermont households, $60 per month will pay for a comprehensive home weatherization project that will lower heating and cooling costs and make their homes more comfortable year-round. Moderate-income Vermonters who have long thought a comprehensive home weatherization project was too expensive for their budget now have reason to think again and take action.