Rutland Herald: Rutland hospital to host state energy forum June 16

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Reposted here from the Rutland Herald.

The Rutland hospital will play host to a meeting on the state’s emerging energy needs.

 

The Vermont Department of Public Service is seeking public input from the meetings, on strategies the state can use to address energy issues — and opportunities — associated with how the state develops and uses the land, how people move, how the state uses and conserves energy and generates new supplies of that energy.

 

The meetings are in cooperation with regional planning commissions, the Vermont Energy and Climate Action Network and the Vermont Natural Resources Council but the department also wants to hear from residents about the policies, programs and practices that would help Vermont meet its energy goals.

 

The meeting will be held in the Leahy Education Center at the Rutland Regional Medical Center from 6 to 9 p.m. on June 16.

 

Another hearing will be held at the National Life Building in Montpelier on June 1, following by another meeting at the Riverside Middle School in Springfield on June 9.

 

More information is available at http://publicservice.vermont.gov/pub/state-plans-compenergy.html or by calling Kelly Launder, assistant director of Planning & Energy Resources Division for the Vermont Department of Public Service at 828-4039.

 

 

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