Vermont’s clean energy economy continues to grow and create good jobs for Vermonters, according to a report released Monday, Sept. 14, by Gov. Peter Shumlin and the Department of Public Service (DPS). At Building Energy, the governor was joined by Vermonters employed by the clean…
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KILLINGTON — Green Mountain Power line crews need to interrupt electric service to 55 customers in a residential area of Killington Thursday morning, Sept. 17, so they can safely remove trees that have overgrown the power lines.
The outage is scheduled to begin at 10…
On July 31, Green Mountain Power announced it has reached two agreements with stakeholders that will result in a net 0.76 percent decrease in electric bills, if approved by the Public Service Board (PSB). The filings, if approved, will take effect on Oct. 1, 2015…
By Deb Markowitz, Secretary of Vermont Agency of Natural Resources
When Vermonters see a problem, we work to fix it. That is why earlier this year Vermont signed onto two historic climate agreements which will strengthen our state’s resolve to combat carbon pollution and transition…
By Lani Duke
Interim appointment questioned
Michael Jones of Castleton may take on the job of interim fire chief for Rutland City with a two-year contract. Rutland Mayor Chris Louras nominated Jones for his leadership development ability as well as his background in public safety…
Courtesy of GMP
GMP hydro plant and Sutherland Falls on Otter Creek. The falls furnished power for cutting and processing marble from nearby quarries as early as 1836.
PROCTOR–Green Mountain Power has just completed an improvement project at its 110-year-old hydroelectric…
On behalf of the hundreds of families who will benefit, bravo to everyone who helped make Pack the Paramount a tremendous success.
From The Vermont Country Store to Westminister Crackers, Hannaford and Price Chopper, from employees of Heritage Family Credit Union and Rutland…
Vermont utilities continue search for power from diverse sources, seek more nuclear power from Seabrook; 80 acres of solar planned for Rutland Town, and more
By Guy Page
Just because it’s summer, that doesn’t mean Vermont has taken a holiday from energy deals and projects. Far from it! In June alone, the wheels were turning to bring more hydro, nuclear (you read correctly), natural gas, and solar power to Vermont–or…
The outage will affect Pawlet and sections of Wells and Rupert.
Green Mountain Power line crews need to interrupt electric service to 2,300 customers in Pawlet early Saturday morning so they can safely make reliability improvements to the system serving the Pawlet area. The…
First “Freedom Station” debuted Tuesday, part of EV charging network to help drivers reduce fossil fuel and save money
RUTLAND — On Tuesday, June 9, Green Mountain Power & NRG, a Fortune 250 company, opened a new public electric vehicle charging station in Rutland to…
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Local News 21 September, 2018