South Burlington Energy Committee

Council Charge

The charge of the South Burlington Energy Committee is to promote energy conservation, energy efficiency, and the use of renewable energy resources among the city's residents, businesses, and in municipal affairs. The committee assists the city in addressing the goals to promote energy efficiency, affordable energy, and lessen reliance (per capita) on non-renewable energy resources. 


CHECK CITY MEETING WEEKLY WARNINGS - THE COMMITTEE IS MEETING, BUT NOT AS REGULARLY AND ONLINE ONLY.  The Committee regularly meets from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. generally in the Community Room on the second floor of 19 Gregory Drive  (South Burlington Police Station, middle entrance) on the second Thursday of the month.  From time to time the date and location may change; prior to attending a meeting verify the date and locations on the South Burlington weekly meeting warning available from the City's Upcoming Meetings page under weekly warnings.

View Agendas and Minutes for the South Burlington Energy Committee.
To access all city meeting documents, click here.

A major initiative of the Committee is the Energy Prize - learn more about it and get energy savings tips on the Energy Prize web site.

Annual Report
2019 Energy Committee Annual Report - To view the entire City's Annual Report click here

Climate Action Presentation to City Council
The Energy Committee made this presentation to City Council at the September 21, 2020. View the presentation.


Name   Term - Expiration
Keith Epstein   3 years - 2022
Andrew Chalnick   3 years - 2021
Ken Pulido   3 years - 2023
Marcy Murray   3 years - 2022
Sam Swanson      3 years - 2023
Linda McGinnis   3 years - 2023
Tim Perrin, Vice-Chair   3 years - 2021
Karen McKenny   3 years - 2022
Richard Shrake   3 years - 2021
Ethan Goldman, Chair   3 years - 2022
Mary Jo Reale   3 years - 2021

Committee Staff

Ilona Blanchard, 802-846-4107

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