Exhibitors at REV2017


3E Thermal

E Thermal is a technical consulting service offering energy efficiency and building performance improvements for apartments and light-commercial buildings throughout Vermont. wners of affordable apartment buildings are eligible for cash incentives and full technical support at no cost. We coordinate closely with Weatherization, Efficiency Vermont and renewable energy programs, acting as primary contact point for owners, developers, architects, and contractors. 

Building Energy

We are a comprehensive energy services company with a mission to reduce the carbon footprint of buildings using a “Whole Systems Approach” to building performance incorporating conservation, efficiency and renewable energy. We specialize in energy audits, weatherization, insulation, and turn-key solar and heat pump installations.

Burlington Electric Department

Burlington Electric Department, Vermont’s largest municipal utility, serves about 20,000 customers in Burlington. BED’s focus has long been on energy efficiency and renewable energy. This past year, Burlington as a whole used 5.3 percent less electricity than it did in 1989, the year before the voters of Burlington wisely passed an Energy Efficiency bond to fund the programs. BED has wind, hydro and wood in its power supply portfolio and is well on its way to having a 100 percent renewable portfolio.

Froling Energy

Froling Energy specializes in retrofit and new installations of biomass boiler systems in schools, campuses, municipal, commercial and industrial buildings.  We also provide biomass ongoing boiler maintenance and repair services. Our skilled, experienced labor force is committed to customer satisfaction. 

Froling is now producing and delivering Precision Dry Wood Chips (PDCs).  This clean burning new biomass fuel has many advantages for medium to large fuel users, including a simpler delivery method and 30% savings over pellets.  Initial infrastructure costs are also much less, compared to green wood chip systems.

The cornerstone of Froling Energy’s business is to providing customers with top quality boiler systems that will perform for decades, save money and create a positive environmental impact. They say “HEAT LOCAL” because biomass keeps nearly all of your heating fuel dollars in the local economy. 

Green Mountain Community Solar

Green Mountain Community Solar offers an off site solar solution for those whose house, apartment or business can't host solar panels. By hosting your solar panels at one of our group solar farms, we eliminate issues of shading, maintenance, roof penetration, resale and aesthetics. Your one time payment allows for 30 years of good environmental economics.

Paul Frank + Collins P.C.

Burlington-based Paul Frank + Collins has established itself as a trusted, full-service firm that advises international, national, and Vermont clients in core practice areas including employment and labor, business and tax, business immigration, energy law, captive insurance, commercial finance, litigation, property and development, trusts and estates, and patents and trademarks. Led by firm President, Stephanie Mapes, PF+C’s 27 attorneys bring a depth of knowledge and committed focus to each new challenge, and offer the unique combination of worldly insight and local know-how to every client.

Renewable Energy Resource Center

The Renewable Energy Resource Center administers the VT Small Scale Renewable Energy Incentive Program, which has provided financial incentives totaling $16 million to over 3,500 Vermont homeowners and businesses for renewable equipment purchases.

Vermont Energy Contracting & Supply

Founded in 1985, Vermont Energy is a mechanical contractor that provides design, installation, and service of quality mechanical systems for homes and businesses in northwest Vermont.

Vermont Natural Resources Council/VECAN

The Vermont Natural Resources Council works from the grassroots to the Legislature to build broad support for policies, programs and practices that protect Vermont’s environment and grow a strong, efficient, renewable energy economy. VNRC also coordinates the Vermont Energy and Climate Action Network. VECAN is a network of organizations and over 100 volunteer community energy and climate action committees who are successfully demonstrating the power of citizen driven, solutions-oriented responses to Vermont’s energy challenges and climate change.