Some of the state’s hallmark renewable energy policies have raised concerns for business forced to pay what they say are some of the highest electricity rates in the country, said William Driscoll, vice president of Associated Industries of Vermont.
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A group of Monkton landowners is challenging assertions by a Vermont Gas Systems executive that right-of-way negotiations related to the company’s proposed natural gas pipeline are proceeding well. The owners of 20 properties along the proposed 42-mile pipeline submitted a letter to the Vermont Public Service Board on Wednesday in which they say negotiations over […]
Tensions rise as credits for solar cut into utility budgets; VEC is the third utility to hit 4 percent cap
Below and attached is information released today from VLITE, Inc., the nonprofit public benefit corporation vested with responsibility by the Public Service Board as a part of the GMP/CVPS merger approval to appoint three well-qualified individuals to serve as independent directors to Vermont Electric Power Company, Inc. (“VELCO”).
While VLITE establishes itself and consistent with the PSB’s order, the Department has offered administrative support and assistance in disseminating this information so that the selection process can begin. The VLITE directors, not the department, will be making the selections.