Reposted from the VT Digger. June 18, 2013. Starting Jan. 1, electric utility companies in Connecticut will no longer be buying renewable energy credits from Vermont wind and solar power projects.
Reposted from VPR. June 18, 2013. The Town of Springfield has approved an agreement with the developers of a proposed wood-burning power plant in North Springfield.
Reposted From Windham News and Notes. July – August, 2013. by Frank Seawright A number of folks in Windham are interested in making sense of information about industrial wind installations and their effects on communities.
Reposted from the Rutland Herald. June 18, 2013. SPRINGFIELD — Saying they were trying to control the things they could control with the proposed North Springfield biomass plant, the Springfield Select Board unveiled a proposed memorandum of understanding with the project developer Monday.
Reposted from the Rutland Herald. June 16, 2013. BENNINGTON — As he moves closer to reviving hydroelectric power at the former Vermont Tissue Mill, the co-owner of Carbon Zero is looking at selling power to the Vermont Veterans Home and installing a potential second site at the former tannery in Pownal.