This page provides links to various reports and documents that have been released by the Clean Energy Development Fund. These include the Annual Fiscal Year Program Plan & Budget, Annual Report to the Legisature, Strategic Plan, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Report, Vermont Clean Energy Industry Report, and the CEDF Project Map.
Annual Fiscal Year Program Plan & Budget
The purpose of the Annual Fiscal Year Program Plan & Budget is to identify the initiatives and programs that the CEDF will pursue during the fiscal year and to establish an annual budget for expenditure and program allocation of CEDF funds. The Annual Fiscal Year Program Plan and associated budget represent the CEDF’s efforts to use the funds available to meet the legislated purposed of the CEDF as well as the goals and strategic approach adopted in CEDF’s current Strategic Plan.
- DRAFT FY 2018 CEDF Annual Plan and Budget (public comment draft until 6/19/17)
- FY 2017 CEDF Annual Plan and Budget
- FY 2016 CEDF Annual Plan and Budget (revised)
- FY 2015 CEDF Annual Plan and Budget
- FY 2014 CEDF Annual Program Plan and Budget
- FY 2010-2011 CEDF Budget. This budget includes ARRA stimulus funds and Entergy funds for the fiscal years 2010 and 2011.
- FY 2010 Program Plan & Budget. This identifies the programs and financing initiatives for fiscal year 2010 (July 1, 2009-June 30, 2010).
Annual Report to the Legislature
The purpose of the Annual Report is to account for the fiscal year activity of the Vermont Clean Energy Development Fund (CEDF). The report shows how State CEDF monies were distributed to meet the goals of the CEDF and the State Legislature (and the ARRA legislation for those years in which ARRA funds were expended). The report is intended to provide information to the Governor of Vermont, the State Legislature, stakeholders and the citizens of Vermont.
The Strategic Plan provides a framework for the Clean Energy Development Fund, including how the funds will be managed and how they will be distributed to meet the goals of the Fund.
Vermont Clean Energy Industry Reports
These reports provide detailed information on the continued growth of the clean energy industry in Vermont. BW Research Partnership, Inc. has conducted and written the past three industry reports under contract to the Clean Energy Development Fund.
- The 2017 Vermont Clean Energy Industry Report
- The 2016 Vermont Clean Energy Industry Report
- The 2015 Vermont Clean Energy Industry Report
- The 2014 Vermont Clean Energy Industry Report
ARRA Final Report
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) was signed into law by President Obama in February 2009. Through the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the Vermont Public Service Department (PSD) was allocated $31,592,500 in ARRA funds. The one-time federal stimulus presented substantial opportunity for the PSD to expand the scope and rate of energy efficiency improvements and renewable energy development in Vermont, an effort that will have lasting economic and environmental benefits.
This report details the deployment of the $31.5 million in ARRA funds by the CEDF and Public Service Department between 2009 and 2012. All of the information presented in this report is based on the estimated impacts projected by the ARRA award recipients. Brief case studies highlight the breadth of energy projects which have benefited from ARRA funding.
There are many ways to build and finance a solar PV system, and navigating these options can be challenging. This new guide aims to help homeowners decide whether it makes sense for them to go solar, and if so, how. The guide, “A Vermonter’s Guide to Residential Solar,” was written by the Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA) for the CEDF & Public Service Department. It is divided into sections so that readers can refer to relevant information at different points in the decision making and installation process.
CEDF Project Map
This map details the feasibility and implementation projects that have been funded by the CEDF between August 2007 and April 2009. Projects are differentiated as small-scale or large-scale (commercial, municipal, or non-profit) and the number of projects per town is indicated.