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Financial and Lifestyle Resources for Vermont


In the VSECU Blog you'll find financial and lifestyle resources to help empower possibilities for your personal success.

Matt Kilcoyne

Matt Kilcoyne grew up in Essex Junction, Vermont and received his Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies from the University of Vermont. As a program manager for Efficiency Vermont, he designs and implements energy efficiency programs to make homes more efficient. Outside of work, Matt likes hiking, fishing, golfing, and spending time with friends and family.

By: Matt Kilcoyne

September 26th, 2018

Air Sealing and Insulating for Seasonal Comfort

Energy Savings

Air sealing and insulating are relatively low-cost solutions to climate control in your home or office. Whether you are dealing with heat and humidity in the summer, cold and drafty spaces in the winter, or both, you will save both money and energy by taking some simple steps to tighten up your structure’s envelope (the physical barrier between air conditioned and unconditioned spaces).  

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By: Matt Kilcoyne

June 27th, 2018

Low-Interest Financing Brings Home Energy Efficiency within Reach

Homebuying and Mortgages | Energy Savings | Saving and Budgeting

If you’re not sure if you can afford to improve the energy efficiency of your home, you’re in good company. Lots of people wonder not only about how to pay for home improvements but also about what upgrades make the most sense. The good news is that you can get help about both concerns. At Efficiency Vermont, it’s my job to give objective advice about lowering energy use within any budget. One of the ways that many people are able to make their dream of an efficient home a reality is with a low-interest energy loan.

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