Energy Committee

The Bristol Energy Committee was established in 2007 by the Selectboard with the mission to investigate the energy use in the Town of Bristol and make recommendations based on energy conservation and efficiency; consulting with and advising the town about energy related issues in zoning and alternative energy; assisting residents and businesses in understanding and reducing their energy use; working with the schools in exploring energy conservation and efficiency; and exploring energy conservation and efficiency in transportation.

The Bristol Energy Committee meets the third Wednesday of every month at 7:00pm at Lawrence Memorial Library.

The current members of the Bristol Energy Committee are:


Button Up Vermont

Contractor Visit Sign Up form (PDF)
Home Energy Workshop Presentation (PDF)

Bristol Energy Case Studies

Button Up Briefs (PDF)
Richard Butz, East Street (PDF)
Bob Donnis, Maple Street (PDF)
Mike Leyden, Mountain Terrance (PDF)


Mobile Home Efficiency Energy Saving Workshop
Thursday, December 6, 2018 at 7 PM – 9 PM
Bristol Fire Department, 79 West Street, Bristol

Button Up Vermont and the Bristol Energy Committee will be hosting a free Mobile Home Energy Saving workshop on December 6, 2018 at the Bristol Fire Department at 7:00pm.

Tired of wasting money heating your home? You’ll learn how you can make changes and what resources are available to help you do it. You can sign up for free walk-throughs of your home by local contractors certified by Efficiency Vermont.

Presenters include representatives from Efficiency Vermont and the Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity.

Light refreshments will be served.

• Sign up for free walkthrough home energy surveys.

Link: Facebook Event page


Button Up Vermont in Bristol
Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at 7 PM – 10 PM

The Bristol Energy Committee and Efficiency Vermont will be hosting a Home Energy Saving workshop on October 24, 2018 at Holley Hall at 7:00pm. This informational session is designed to help Vermonters learn the basics of building science and how to improve energy efficiency in their homes.

• Free 4′ LED shop light (1 per household) for first 25 registered.
• Drawing for a Nest Thermostat at the end of the evening.
• Sign up for free walkthrough home energy surveys.

Link: Facebook Event page

Event Video: Watch the event video on NEAT


Past Agendas and Minutes.

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