News Release — Vermont Law School Oct. 11, 2017 Contact: Maryellen Apelquist, Director of Communications, Vermont Law School office: 802-831-1228, cell: 802-299-5593, [email protected] SOUTH ROYALTON, Vt., Oct. 11, 2017––The editors of the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law (VJEL) at Vermont Law School will address the legal, regulatory, and policy challenges associated with transitioning from the […]
Using the Volkswagen pollution fees to jumpstart and accelerate the transformation within Vermont to cleaner electric buses makes sense.
The Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules will weigh in next week on standards that some say are so strict they would effectively end utility-scale wind.
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?
Customers who opt to pay a premium will help underwrite the cost. The company had to come up with the plan as a condition of the permit for its recently completed pipeline extension.
A Connecticut company is proposing 20-megawatt installations in Bennington, Rutland and Windham counties. Only one array that large has been approved in Vermont, but it hasn’t been built.
Vermont Electric Cooperative’s Christine Hallquist says she supports renewable energy, but doesn’t want her customers to shoulder a disproportionate share of the cost of bringing it onto the grid.
News Release — Renewable Energy Vermont August 29, 2017 Contact: Austin Davis Communications & Operations Associate Renewable Energy Vermont [email protected] 802-299-0099 @re_vermont Leaders from Vermont’s clean energy sector joined Governor Phil Scott on an economic development and climate collaboration mission this week as part of the annual New England Governors and Eastern Canadian Premiers conference […]
The Vermont Supreme Court says utility regulators set a tighter deadline than they should have during their review.
One speaker invoked Ronald Reagan to argue for using taxation to discourage the production of carbon dioxide pollution.
Lack of action places our climate, our health and our national security at risk.
Organizers of a “Catalysts of the Climate Economy” event set for Sept. 6-8 hope to grow Vermont employment and slow global warming.
The town’s attorney recommends continuing to fight one project, but not opposing another proposed by the same developer.
The developer has hired a canvasser to conduct a door-to-door survey of local support for the solar arrays proposed in Bennington.