Tag Archives: Green Mountain Power

OVUHS reaps benefits from energy performance contracting
News Briefs
April 20, 2016

OVUHS reaps benefits from energy performance contracting

Courtesy of Johnson Controls

Replacement of windows and unit ventilators in the original (1961) section of Otter Valley Union High School are among the many improvements being made through an energy savings performance contract between the District and Johnson…

News Briefs
April 6, 2016

News Briefs: Rutland Region

Rutland City

Interim Chamber director announced

The Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce board of directors has unanimously chosen former NeighborWorks of Western Vermont executive Mary Cohen to take over interim leadership of the Chamber, as of April 4. Longtime Chamber CEO Tom Donahue has left…

News Briefs
March 23, 2016

St. Peter Parish in Rutland harnesses solar power

RUTLAND — St. Peter Parish in Rutland has entered the solar energy age, the first parish in the state Roman Catholic Diocese to install money-saving solar panels to generate electricity. St. Peter’s received a $20,000 grant from Green Mountain Power and a $6,000 contribution…

Local News
March 2, 2016

Castleton University to house students in downtown Rutland

RUTLAND–Already with a strong presence in the Opera House in the heart of downtown Rutland, Castleton University is planning a two-floor, efficient living space nearby that could become a model for others. In collaboration with Mark Foley, Jr., Castleton and Green Mountain Power will…

GMP issues call for nominations for 2016 Zetterstrom Award
News Briefs
January 26, 2016

GMP issues call for nominations for 2016 Zetterstrom Award

By Steve Costello

A female osprey, identified by the necklace of brown feathers across her chest, calls from her nest, on Lake Arrowhead.

Seeking to recognize a leading Vermont environmentalist and honor the legacy of a legendary wildlife advocate, Green Mountain…

News Briefs
November 11, 2015

GMP donates to WARMTH program to address heating emergencies

The arrival of crisp, colder weather means many things to Vermonters–like the start of ski season and the coming holidays. But to many Vermonters, it means worrying about how to keep their families warm over the long winter months. Green Mountain Power is helping with…