Seven Days: Too Much of a Good Thing? Inside Vermont’s Solar Standoff

Oct 10, 2013 No Comments by

Reposted from Seven Days. By Kathryn Flagg. October 9, 2013.

Vermonters have embraced renewable power faster and with more gusto than anyone in the state ever anticipated. That’s brought increased energy independence to some but ironically has put others in “a bit of a purgatory,” as one solar installer describes it.

Jayne Nold-Laurendeau has the perfect spot for solar panels on the Woodbury property where she and her husband plan to retire.

“We have great sun,” she says. “It just seems practical to use it.”

The problem? Nold-Laurendeau’s utility — Hardwick Electric — won’t hook up any more panels to the electrical grid.

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