Burlington Mayor's Press Conference: Burlington Electric Department to Release Net Zero Energy Roadmap and New Initiatives

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Burlington, VT – Today, Mayor Miro Weinberger, Burlington Electric Department General Manager Darren Springer, and City Director of Sustainability Jennifer Green, along with other stakeholders, release the City’s Net Zero Energy Roadmap, which details a path for Burlington to accomplish one of the most ambitious local climate goals in the country, and will also announce new initiatives to support achieving it.


  • Mayor Miro Weinberger
  • Darren Springer, General Manager, Burlington Electric Department
  • Jennifer Green, Sustainability Director, City of Burlington
  • James “Duke” Dutra, Chief Union Steward, IBEW Local 300, and Working Crew Leader – Technician, Burlington Electric Department
  • Gabrielle Stebbins, Chairperson, Burlington Electric Commission
  • Jan Demers, Executive Director, Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity
  • Two 4th-Grade Students from Edmunds Elementary School

WHEN: Monday, September 9, 1:30 pm

WHERE: Contois Auditorium, City Hall, 149 Church Street

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