Green Mountain Power has asked for a 4.98 percent increase in 2018.
News Release — Green Mountain Power July 28, 2017 Contact: Kristin Carlson 802-229-8200 [email protected] GMP, VT Fish and Wildlife, & Citizens Team Up to Install Bat Condo in Colchester New home will help house endangered little brown bats Colchester, Vt. – You’ve heard of a barn raising, but how about a bat condo raising? That’s […]
News Release — Green Mountain Power July 19, 2017 Contact: Steve Costello (802) 793-4031 Illick, Lewis Creek Association honored with GMP-Zetterstrom Environmental Award Marty Illick and the Lewis Creek Association, a leading Vermont water quality and conservation organization, have been honored with the eighth annual GMP-Zetterstrom Environmental Award. The award, named for famed osprey advocate […]
News Release — Green Mountain Power July 17, 2017 Contact: Kristin Carlson 1-802-229-8200 [email protected] Mary Powell Named Top 25 Most Influential Women by CEO Connection for Second Year Powell encourages women leaders to break down barriers and take chances Colchester, Vt – Green Mountain Power President and CEO Mary Powell was again named among the […]
News Release — Green Mountain Power July 13, 2017 Contact: Kristin Carlson [email protected] Green Mountain Power is excited to announce it has achieved the second highest score for mid-sized utilities in the East Region in J.D. Power’s 2017 electric utility residential customer satisfaction study. Companies in the midsize utility segment serve between 100,000 and 499,999 […]
News Release — Green Mountain Power June 30, 2017 Media Contact: Dorothy Schnure Office (802) 655-8418 Cell (802) 324-4418 Green Mountain Power Leaf Power Program Leads to Record Sales for Freedom Nissan in June — Partnership Extended to September 30 GMP Customers receive $10,000 off purchases of electric Nissan Leaf vehicles COLCHESTER, VT…Green Mountain Power […]
The Vermont Public Service Board will examine whether its regulatory processes are right for a changed world.
A plan to bring electricity through Vermont to southern New England is hitting a snag: There isn’t enough room on the grid. That could require in-state renewable generators like Lowell to cut output.
Mark Foley Jr. is acquiring two properties that have been vacant for about a year. One of them is next to Green Mountain Power’s Energy Innovation Center.
Efforts to boost conservation and renewable energy will succeed despite opposition from President Trump and Congress, said Green Mountain Power CEO Mary Powell and others at a conference.
News Release — Green Mountain Power June 5, 2017 Contact: Kristin Carlson 802-229-8200 [email protected] Green Mountain Power Teams Up with Freedom Nissan to give customers $10,000 off Leaf purchases Reduce emissions and lower your transportation costs with 2017 Nissan Leaf Colchester, VT – Green Mountain Power (GMP) customers who bring their energy statements and a […]
eSmartwater program is 0.99 cents per month for an Aquanta water heater controller and Nest Learning Thermostat to reduce customers’ overall energy costs
News Release — Green Mountain Power May 19, 2017 Contact: Dorothy Schnure 802-655-8418 [email protected] Colchester – Green Mountain Power is again offering its popular free public tours of the 21-turbine Kingdom Community Wind project in Lowell, Vermont, during June, July and August. Registration is open for Vermonters and out-of-state visitors to experience a working wind […]
More than 20,000 people lost power around the state, with Rutland one of the hardest-hit areas. The mayor’s house had a tree land on the roof.