Energy Committee

Committee Members

Sarah Wolfe  (Chair)

Bob Keeley (Vice Chair)

 

Gail Hall (Secretary)

Patrick Meehan (Treasurer)

Ted Fisher (Outreach Coordinator)

Stephen Fitzhugh (Advisor)

The Northfield Energy Committee (NEC) serves in an advisory capacity to and with the town legislative and planning bodies to promote the transition towards renewable energy for the Town of Northfield. The Committee currently meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month.  Members are appointed by the Select Board and serve two and three year terms. There is currently one vacancy. Please join the Committee to discuss the future of efficient and renewable energy in Northfield! All are welcome.

The goals of the Northfield Energy Committee are:

 

  • To develop energy policies for the Town and assist/guide the Select Board and Town Manager in decisions on climate and energy;

  • To make recommendations for energy-saving measures and investments / measures which can save energy and money for families and the Town;

  • To inform Town residents and to organize the community around energy use reduction and renewable energy generation;

  • To use social media and other tools to increase public participation in decisions involving energy policy;

  • To pursue grants and donations for energy initiatives.

Projects and initiatives are vetted by other Town Commissions and comply with the spirit of the Town of Northfield as outlined in the Town Plan.

Energy Committee Agendas & Minutes

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Community Connections Kiosk

2017-2019 Northfield Town Energy Report

Related Links

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Vermont Agency of Transportation's GoVermont Commuter Page

Vermont Energy and Climate Action Network (statewide network of other energy committees): Website   Facebook

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