Clean Energy Development Board

This page provides background information on the Clean Energy Development Board, its relation to the Clean Energy Development Fund, and agendas from previous board meetings.


The Clean Energy Development Board (CEDB) is charged with approving the Clean Energy Development Fund's (CEDF) annual plan, budget, program design, and strategic plan. The Public Service Department is responsible for the day-to-day decisions of the CEDF. Board members serve four year terms and are appointed by either the Commissioner of the Public Service Department (3 members), the Chair of the House Energy and Technology Committee (2 members), or the Chair of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee (2 members).

Board Members (affiliations), Appointing Authority, Year Term Ends

  • Jared Duval (Energy Action Network) PSD Commissioner, 2019
  • Linda McGinnis, Co-Chair (Energy Action Network), PSD Commissioner, 2017
  • Johanna Miller (Vermont Natural Resources Council), House Energy Committee Chair, 2017
  • Janice St. Onge (Flexible Capital Fund), PSD Commissioner, 2019
  • Sam Swanson, Co-Chair (Pace Energy and Climate Center), Senate Energy Committee Chair, 2019
  • Gaye Symington, (High Meadows Fund), House Energy Committee Chair, 2019
  • Mark Whitworth (Energize Vermont), Senate Energy Committee Chair, 2017

Schedule & Minutes

The Clean Energy Development Board (CEDB) meets regularly once a quarter on the third Wednesday of January, April, July, and October. When needed, special meetings are called. A schedule of the Board's meetings is listed below. All meetings are open to the public and are held at the Public Service Department in the Peoples Bank building, 112 State Street in Montpelier at 1:00pm unless otherwise noted below. Agendas are posted below at least two days prior to meetings and draft minutes are posted within five days of a meeting.










Contact the CEDF Director Andrew Perchlik for specific agenda information.