Program helps finance energy efficiency and home heating retrofits for homeowners whose fuel dealers partner with Efficiency Vermont.
Department of Public Service
Gov. Peter Shumlin has announced the latest in a long series of sweet deals for his favored people at everybody else’s expense. The lucky winner is IBM.
If the bill had passed, the Public Service Board would not have been able to waive town zoning and screening bylaws in decisions about whether to approve energy generation projects through the Section 248 review process.
The Vermont Department of Public Service has pulled together $670,000 to reduce the upfront cost of financing residential thermal efficiency projects. During a news conference Thursday, Gov. Peter Shumlin and the department announced an initiative to cut down on the cost to finance thermal efficiency projects. The administration expects the money to leverage up to […]
Gov. Peter Shumlin signed a bill Tuesday to expand consumer representation in utility decisions. The legislation, S.25, was prompted by complaints two years ago that the Department of Public Service did not adequately advocate for citizens in the 2012 merger of Green Mountain Power and Central Vermont Public Service. The Department of Public Service – […]
This article is by by Tommy Gardner of the Stowe Reporter, in which it was first published Jan. 16, 2014. Stowe Electric Department has agreed to lower its rates 3.5 percent. The agreement came after a six-month investigation by the Vermont Public Service Board found the utility was bringing in excess revenue. Per the Jan. […]