State utilities and businesses will work with the city to set up more electric vehicle charging stations, extend a pilot heat pump program, retrofit state and residential buildings to be more energy efficient, and install a solar array at the city’s entrance.
The project would provide more than 700,000 kilowatt hours of power, which is about 15 percent of company’s annual electricity consumption.
Special Report: Despite recent agreement, state and Entergy remain at odds over funding for dismantling Vermont Yankee
The Vermont Public Service Board denied a motion to dismiss Vermont Gas Systems’ petition to construct Phase 2 of their natural gas pipeline extension Thursday. The motion claimed the board did not have jurisdiction over the application. Bristol attorney James Dumont, representing the Vermont Public Interest Research Group, argued that the pipeline falls under the […]