Community Energy Dashboard

Vermont Community Energy DashboardThe Dashboard is now live! All towns in Vermont can now use the Dashboard for their energy efforts and planning.

Click here to visit the Community Energy Dashboard.

Designed to help translate Vermont’s goal of 90% by 2050 into achievable local action, the Dashboard contains critical energy information across all energy sectors – efficiency, heat, electricity and transportation –  tailored to each and every community in Vermont.

The Dashboard is designed to help every community in Vermont engage in shaping its energy future at the local level. It provides a powerful suite of interactive tools to set goals, track progress, map actions, share stories, and hear from trusted neighbors.

Towns across Vermont are asking for concrete ways, based on transparent information, to make clean energy and efficiency choices at the local level, and to accelerate action by learning from their neighbors.

For the first time, communities will have free and open access to official data, maps and information that have never before been made available at the town level. The data will be updated regularly in partnership with utilities and the Department of Public Service.

Municipalities, businesses, farms, schools, institutions, individuals, energy committees…everyone!


    • Timeline: Track your community’s progress each year towards meeting 90% of local energy needs through efficiency and renewables by 2050.
    • Campaigns: Energy campaigns help generate concrete action on the ground by mobilizing communities around energy goals.
    • Actions: Add your individual, business, municipal, school and farm actions through fun tiles and watch collective impact build in your community.
    • Pledges: Pledge via a campaign to take energy actions as your home, business farm or in your community. The Dashboard will occasionally remind you of what you have pledged.
    • Energy Atlas: See where your town’s existing renewable energy generation is happening, who installed it, and identify new potential sites based on environmental resources and constraints.
    • Statistics: Track local renewable energy production data, see how you rank against other towns, crowdsource data on efficiency projects
    • Stories: Learn from your local “Energy Heroes”, neighbors and friends who are taking action, and inspire others to do the same
    • Analysis: Keep track of and share your key local energy data and analyses. Reach a broader audience and help other towns avoid reinventing the wheel.
    • Resources: Links to important resources, energy information and partners to help towns accelerate their progress towards a sustainable energy future!

    The Dashboard’s user-friendly format is designed to reach those who are motivated by data as well as those who want to hear stories from trusted neighbors.  It is a one-stop shop to keep track of our actions, learn from each other and to measure our collective impact toward building a more sustainable energy future.

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    VT Energy Dashboard Blog

    • EAN Seeks Proposals for VT Energy Dashboard Redesign
      From: Energy Action Network Date: August 1, 2018 Re: Redesign of the Vermont Community Energy Dashboard Download the RFP (PDF)(Word) The Energy Action Network is seeking proposals for the redesign and enhancement of the Vermont Energy Dashboard ( You are invited to respond to […]
    • Dashboard Outreach Update
      Community Energy Dashboard: Over 45 town energy committees have already asked to receive targeted support in using the Dashboard to help inspire local energy action, help in town energy planning and track local energy progress in efficiency and renewables. Check out the map of participating […]
    • When viewing the Atlas, you Toggle on and off various layers. Layers include parcels maps and all Act 174 Constraints.Dashboard Mapping Tools – New Layers
      Dashboard Did You Know? Dashboard Mapping Tools The Dashboard Energy Atlas has parcel maps and 3-phase lines available as layers to use in energy planning as well as all Act 174  “known” and “possible” constraints. Visit the Energy Atlas, select your community and click on […]
    • July 2017 – Dashboard Update
      Community Energy Dashboard – Tracking TOTAL energy at regional and town levels EAN is working with VAPDA (Regional Planning Commissions) to identify new and existing Dashboard tools that can help RPCs and towns track progress toward energy goals across all energy sectors. Based on user […]
    • Zoom on the Atlas to your exact address. No need to select your community from a list or map. Simply enter your zip code or exact address.Energy Atlas – Search by Address
      Energy Atlas – Search by Address In another effort to make our Energy Atlas easier to use, you now can search by address. No more searching around for your house or business, just type in your full address or even the zip code and VOILA! You are taken to that exact place on the map. Search […]