HYDE PARK ENERGY COMMITTEE
The Hyde Park Energy Committee was commissioned in 2013 as a result of the Town & Village of Hyde Park, Vermont:
Comprehensive Development Plan, 2012 – 2017. The mission of the HPEC is to provide Hyde Park Village and
Town residents, businesses and Town government with information to promote broader energy efficiency and
conservation, and advise the Selectboard and Village Trustees on municipal energy decisions. The HPEC will be a conduit to
opportunities for all Village and Town members to save money, reduce fossil fuel dependency and advance goals
around energy-related issues.
A) Save financial and natural resources by encouraging the conservation and efficient use of energy in the Town and Village
B) Increase public awareness of energy issues and build public support for energy efficiency and sustainable energy policies
C) Engage and educate residents, businesses and Town government around issues of energy incentives, renewable energy options, and statewide energy programs
E) Coordinate existing energy resources in the community and cooperating with the Planning Commission and with those federal, state and regional agencies of government
which are responsible for energy matters i.e., Efficiency Vermont
F) Study and evaluate alternate sources of energy with a view toward the more efficient and economical utilization of existing and potential energy resources.
Jay Hersh, Marylin Zophar, Denise Greene
Second Wednesday of each Month, 7 p.m. Municipal Offices, Lower Level, 344VT Route 15 West
Contact Jay Hersh at 888-0777 if you wish to become a member and help out.