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.
The company has offered a revised site plan and $200,000 if the town drops its opposition. Nearby residents say officials should continue the fight to avoid setting a precedent about ignoring town plans.
The transformation of a global economy from the current carbon intensive system to one based on renewable sources will offer an unprecedented economic opportunity.
Regulators agreed with opponents’ argument that it would have detracted from the view from atop the mountain in Charlotte, where a popular state park is located.
News Release — Burlington Electric Department July 11, 2017 Contact: Mike Kanarick 802.735.7962 Burlington Electric and Mayor Miro Weinberger to Launch New, First-in-the-State Renewable Energy Program as Important Component of Net Zero Strategy Burlington, VT – Mayor Miro Weinberger and Burlington Electric Department General Manager Neale Lunderville will be joined by Renewable Energy Vermont (REV) […]
Vermont, Texas and Hawaii are all leading the renewable energy revolution.
Bennington County is the first in Vermont with an energy plan for siting wind, solar and other projects.
A wooden bulkhead failed at the century-old dam, which is one of 13 hydroelectric stations that Great River Hydro bought from TransCanada this spring.
The Public Service Board has offered to ditch a requirement that turbines be a certain distance from homes. The board suggested it would defer to concerns raised by lawmakers and others.
News Release — Norwich Solar Technologies June 21, 2017 Contact: Steve Snyder (802) 359-7406 NorwichSolar.com Norwich Solar Technologies and Upper Valley Aquatic Center Solar Project Powers Up White River Junction— The Upper Valley Aquatic Center (UVAC) and Norwich Solar Technologies (NST) have completed the commissioning of a 500-kilowatt solar project just down the road in […]
News Release — SunCommon June 22, 2017 Contact: Emily McManamy 802.882.8653 [email protected] SunCommon helps brewery fully offset electricity with solar WHAT: Rock Art Brewery unveils Vermont’s first solar-powered beer, Sun Rocked IPA, as a toast to the 20-year-old brewery reaching a new milestone: going solar. SunCommon of Waterbury helped Rock Art Brewery of Morrisville become […]
News Release — Nature Conservancy in Vermont June 21, 2017 Contact: Eve Frankel 802.595.5000 Vermont Leaders Visit Capitol Hill to Ask Congress to Support Conservation, Science and Clean Energy Nature Conservancy Volunteer Leaders Serve as “Voices for Nature” June 21, 2017 — The Nature Conservancy in Vermont and volunteer leaders from Vermont’s business, policy and […]