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July 12, 2024
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Vermont Heating Fuel Sales Decreasing in Recent Years
Environmental Group Reports Warmer Winters, Heat Pumps Likely Causes
Use of fossil gas and fuel oil for heating in Vermont has been decreasing at a greater rate than the need for heating, while propane use has been increasing.
Use of fossil gas and fuel oil for heating in Vermont has been decreasing at a greater rate than the need for heating, while propane use has been increasing. | Energy Action Network
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Vermonters are using less fossil fuel for heat in recent years, partly because winters have been trending warmer but also because more buildings are relying on electric heat pumps. 
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