So long as the carbon accounting skullduggery is maintained, there will be the myth that we are reducing CO2 even as we are making matters only far worse.
In its latest strategic plan, the Clean Energy Development Fund established investing in Vermont’s advanced wood heating sector as a top priority.
News Release — Vermont Law School Aug. 31, 2015 Contact: Maryellen Apelquist, Director of Communications, Vermont Law School office: 802-831-1228, cell: 802-299-5593, [email protected] SOUTH ROYALTON, Vt., Aug. 31, 2015––The Institute for Energy and the Environment (IEE) at Vermont Law School today released a report titled “Woody Biomass: The Path Toward a Sustainable Use of Vermont’s […]
This afternoon in Montpelier, Rep. Peter Welch announced bipartisan legislation that would make it more affordable for Vermonters to install wood heating systems in their homes or businesses.
Vernon officials discuss the creation of a biomass or hybrid natural gas/biomass generator after the nuclear plant closes.
The number of solar, biomass and wind projects has jumped 400 percent while Agency of Natural Resources’ staf has remained flat, officials say.
The Vermont Public Service Board rejected a proposed wood-fired electric plant in North Springfield on Tuesday. The 25-35 megawatt North Springfield Sustainable Energy Project was announced in 2009. Winstanley Enterprises LLC of Concord, Mass. developed the project. The board ruled the project was not the best way to meet current and future energy demands; it […]
After hearing the recommendations of the Governor’s Energy Generation Siting Policy Commission, Rep. Tony Klein asked if we are asking the right question. Is the issue the siting process, or is it the specific technologies?
McNeil’s forestry staff works collaboratively with Fish & Wildlife to protect critical habitats and adhere to wood harvesting standards that far exceed any other commercial market in the state
The first and only electronic map tracking logging sites sourcing wood to a biomass energy facility has been released by Energy Justice Network, a Washington, DC-based nonprofit organization with field offices in Vermont, Pennsylvania and Oregon.
Before we build any more of these carbon-spewing, air-polluting, forest-devouring incinerators, shouldn’t we first measure the health and environmental impacts of our existing biomass power facilities: McNeil and Ryegate?
On the House floor Thursday, Rep. Michael Marcotte asked that a bill that has been sitting in the House Appropriations committee be returned to its original committee, House Commerce and Economic Development.
For immediate release April 6, 2012 Contact Adam Necrason Phone: 802-338-0792 Email: [email protected] Tom Emero Phone: 508-321-1181 Email: [email protected] FAIR HAVEN, VT – Three dozen businesses have signed onto a letter asking state and utility leaders to support the Fair Haven Energy Center project. The proposed Energy Center is a 29.5 MW woody biomass power […]
Without some sort of tiered approach, the state would allow less efficient projects to go online and count toward the renewable portfolio standard, Fidel said.