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Electric vehicles in Vermont — a status report

Drive Electric Vermont, an organization working to hasten the adoption of electric vehicles in the state, gave a status report last week to the Essex Planning Commission.

Drive Electric’s Dave Roberts said there are now 800 hybrid and all-electric cars in Vermont and 25 registered in Essex. That’s up from when the organization started tracking in 2012 when there were fewer than 100 in the state, he said.

Currently, sales of electric cars are 1 percent of total vehicle sales in Vermont. A project of the Vermont Energy Investment Corporation, Drive Electric Vermont is targeting 15 percent adoption by 2030…READ MORE

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OPINION

Real property tax relief

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Universal school choice is the answer to property tax crisis

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