With the PSB deciding this week whether to reconsider the costs and benefits of the project, time is running out for Vermonters to digest the disastrous details of escalating costs and imaginary benefits of moving forward with the project.
Whose interests should predominate? Those of private landowners unwilling to sell easements that would enable the pipeline to cross their properties? Or is there a “public use” for which there is a “necessity,” and the sale of easements should be forced upon these landowners?
A Canadian company and a Tennessee company desire to increase their profits, but at what cost, to whom?
After a history of environmental stewardship, Canada has gone increasingly mad for oil and gas exploitation.
Vermont Energy Partnership report says state faces 31.4 percent “gap” between power demand and guaranteed electricity
Utilities typically leave a percentage of their portfolios open in order to get the best current prices on the market.
Time was, not long ago, when the PSB passed expert judgment on utility-structuring and power-purchase agreements solely on the least cost for bringing electricity to Vermont’s consumers.
BROCK LAUNCHES ONLINE PETITION DRIVE URGING GOVERNOR SHUMLIN TO REPAY RATEPAYERS $21 MILLION FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 17, 2012 CONTACT: Randy Brock (802) 230-4450 Montpelier, VT – Vermont gubernatorial candidate Randy Brock (R) launched an online petition.randybrock.com/refund petition drive today urging Governor Shumlin and Gaz Metro to directly repay CVPS ratepayers $21 million owed as part […]
The disloyal citizen grumbles that the Wizard’s greatest magic is making Vermonters’ hard-earned dollars disappear and then reappear in Canada.