Peter Adamczyk, Energy Finance and Development Manager at Vermont Energy Investment Corporation (VEIC) talks about how the state's newly revised PACE program can help towns help their home owners save money through energy efficiency and renewables.

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Join the Austerity Party & Vermont enables towns to finance home efficiency, renewables


Frequent guest Sharon Astyk declared a "riot for austerity" in 2007, which isn't a riot at all. She led people from around the world in a voluntary effort to reduce their resource use by 90%. She is now starting up the "riot" again, and she invites you to join her in saving resources, saving money, and--perhaps surprisingly--having fun. Join the new riot for austerity at Astyk's main blog, at Science Blogs, or on Facebook.

Peter Adamczyk, Energy Finance and Development Manager at Vermont Energy Investment Corporation (VEIC) talks about how the state's newly revised PACE program can help towns help their home owners save money through energy efficiency and renewables.

Carl Etnier hosts.

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