National Grid says it would use an existing transmission corridor, although expanded right of way access is needed at the northern end. The line would carry hydro- and wind-generated power.
The new company will crunch data from customers’ electric meters to help forecast conditions on the grid, which is predicted to save Vermonters money.
Europe and the U.S. have been building onshore wind turbine plants in rural areas for more than 25 years.
Developers of a proposed seven-turbine wind project in Swanton will respond in person to questions from the public at a workshop Jan. 3, according to a Public Service Board order. The workshop is not meant to give the developers — Travis and Ashley Belisle, of St. Albans — an opportunity to advocate for the project, […]
If Vermont is to move forward on renewable energy, we needs reasoned debate, respect for opposing concerns and consensus.
In the late 1950s, with a new driver’s license and a taste for exploration, I spent a bit of time in the Lowell Mountains.
In 2015, I said, “… How are we going to move forward on renewable energy and siting?” House Speaker Smith said, “We’re not.”
The Vermont Health Department and the Vermont Department of Public Service persist in reassuring us that there are no significant health effects related to industrial wind turbines under Vermont’s current noise standards.
The Green Mountain National Forest is being targeted for destruction in the name of so called green energy.
Opponents of a 28-turbine wind farm proposed for the towns of Windham and Grafton are questioning the project’s financial, environmental and health impacts.
A developer and landowner plan public hearings to present a draft map of potential turbine locations at Stiles Brook, the controversial site for a proposed wind facility in the towns of Grafton and Windham.
While I’m flattered that Mr. Whitworth chose to cite my research in his writing, I would have appreciated being contacted so I might provide some answers and insight about the findings.
Wind Energy Facts and a Snapshot of Ten Years of Media Coverage on Wind Energy to be Presented at Upcoming Renewable Energy Conference in Burlington
Vermonters are pro-wind. Lawmakers, accurately reflecting the views of their constituents, have made support for wind power the policy of the state. The Public Service Board is following that policy. When it comes to approving wind projects in Vermont, the fix is in.