Officials hope the move will encourage Vermonters to take advantage of federal help by year’s end.
The company proposed projects in Burke and Wilmington, totaling $155,000, to satisfy a January order from the Public Utilities Commission involving service quality.
The program allows customers to store power and the utility to use it during peak times.
Vermont’s chief utility regulator says the state can meet its 2025 electric vehicle target, if it addresses climate change with urgency.
Vermont’s E911 Board ignored calls to delay signing a new contract for the E911 network. Now the telecoms regulator is investigating the system’s vulnerabilities.
An attorney for pipeline opponents says documents obtained from Vermont Gas show the company has not complied with a state mandated safety review.
Vermont officials expect to file a memorandum of understanding with Entergy and NorthStar by March 2. It’s not clear whether those who have criticized the deal will sign on.
Public Utility Commission decision overrules objections by the plant’s current and prospective owners.
Why is it that we accept certain manmade structures such as barns, silos, inns, etc., as acceptable and others such as a solar array as blights on the landscape?
Keynote speakers Attorney General TJ Donovan and Anthony Roisman, the chair of the Vermont Public Utility Commission is leading the nation in less reliance on fossil fuels.
In a town that doesn’t want giant wind turbines on its ridgeline, with neighbors who don’t want them, in a region that doesn’t want them, with utilities that won’t buy the power they generate, what’s a wind developer to do?