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IEE Fortnightly – Post Peak Edition

Greetings from the Eaton House, Last Friday, a group of more than a dozen Energizers paid a visit to the VELCO (Vermont Electric Power Company). In a visit described by students as “incredibly valuable to my learning,” “remarkably impressive,” and … Continue reading

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IEE Fortnightly – Fall Classic Edition

Greetings from the Eaton House, As temperatures drop, members of the Energy Justice research team are realizing the immediate value of their work, as they investigate how energy efficiency programs can help combat energy poverty in Vermont. Our director Michael … Continue reading

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IEE Fortnightly – Peak Foliage Edition

Greetings from the Eaton House, First, IEE would like to echo others’ support and enthusiasm for the newly-formed student Energy Law Society. If you are interested in energy law and policy, the Energy Law Society provides a great opportunity to … Continue reading

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IEE Fortnightly – Student Clinician Edition

Greetings from the Eaton House! First, we’re happy to welcome Institute Director Michael Dworkin back from a couple of red-eyes across the Atlantic and four days in Oxford, where he presented at the 1st Annual Conference of the UK Energy … Continue reading

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IEE Fortnightly – Premiere Edition

Note: We send out biweekly updates to the VLS community about the goings-on at the Institute. We will re-post them here for posterity.  Greetings from the Eaton House! This note represents the first in a biweekly update of what’s happening … Continue reading

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