Most hydrogen used for fuel today is extracted from fossil fuels, while “green hydrogen” is produced using electricity from renewable resources.
Vermonters need a state government that truly leads the fight to stop climate change by removing barriers to electricity from clean, safe, reliable and affordable in-state renewables like solar and wind power.
Renewable energy is already outcompeting fossil fuels, and generating more energy at a much lower environmental cost, proving that it is in fact cheaper to save the climate than destroy it.
Vermont now gets 50% of its power from HQ, which continues to expand operations, resulting in damage to ecosystems, release of carbon emissions from submerged trees and the displacement of indigenous communities.
Do we really think we can solve the climate change crisis without building new renewables?
‘Planet of the Humans’ was too kind to renewable energy. It is an ugly business.
The utility announced Wednesday that Don Rendall, who has been president and CEO of Vermont Gas since 2015, will step down in September.
But the Department of Public Service is concerned in-state projects put pressure on rates
Critics say Green Mountain Power’s ‘peer to peer’ trading program could hamper the development of new renewable projects.
Erin Saunders wants New England purchasers of Canadian hydropower to understand that, while large scale hydroelectricity is renewable, it’s not green.
News Release — Burlington ElectricAug. 26, 2019 Contact: Mike Kanarick802.735.7962 Burlington Electric Department Announces Extension of Vermont-Produced, Renewable Wind Power AgreementExtension Delivers Immediate Savings and Continues Commitment to In-State Renewable Resources Burlington, VT – The Burlington Electric Department (BED) today announced that it has extended a power purchase agreement for renewable wind power with the Sheffield Wind […]
News Release — Green Mountain Power April 13, 2019 Contact: Kristin Kelly (802) 318-0872 GMP Launches Vision to Have 100% Renewable Energy by 2030 Ambitious Goal Includes Having 100% Carbon Free Energy By 2025 and Boosting Local Energy Generation and Battery Storage to better Serve Vermonters COLCHESTER, Vt. – Green Mountain Power announced an ambitious […]
Three other utilities in the state — Burlington Electric Department, Swanton Electric Department and Washington Electric Co-op — already have 100% renewable portfolios.
SunCommon launched with a goal of reducing the barriers for people to switch to renewable energy. Now the Waterbury-based company is expanding into New York.