Antos-Ketcham Brings 22 Years of Natural Resource Management to the Statewide Non-profit Huntington, VT – Energize Vermont is pleased to announce that Pete Antos-Ketcham, formerly of the Green Mountain Club (GMC), has joined the organization as its new Executive Director. Antos-Ketcham succeeds Mark Whitworth.
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Press Release: Energize Vermont Commends Call to Investigate Green Mountain Power’s Deceptive Practices
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 15, 2014 Contact: Mark Whitworth 802.424.0540 Email: Mark@energizevermont.org Energize Vermont Commends Call to Investigate Green Mountain Power’s Deceptive Practices East Burke, Vermont—Energize Vermont commends Bruce Post, Curt McCormack, Charles Johnson and Kevin Jones for their filing of a formal petition requesting “that the Federal Trade Commission initiate an investigation […]
Press Release: Energize Vermont Responds to Vermont Supreme Court Decision on GMP’s Lowell Stormwater Permits
Decision Has Significant Impacts On Future of All Development in Vermont
Snelling Steps Down, Whitworth to Continue Organization’s Growth RUTLAND, VT – Energize Vermont is pleased to announce Mark Whitworth has been named its new Executive Director. Whitworth succeeds Lukas B. Snelling who helped establish Energize Vermont as an organization to further the interests of Vermonters who wish to support the development of renewable energy, but […]
Energize Vermont Appeals Lowell Stormwater Permits to Vermont Supreme Court Decision Has Significant Impacts On Future of All Development in Vermont FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Download as PDF) October 30, 2013 Contact: Lukas B. Snelling (802) 778-0660 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org RUTLAND, VT – Non-profit energy advocacy group Energize Vermont, along with neighbors of the Lowell wind project, announced […]
Appreciate Dialogue. But Still Frustrated. GRAFTON, VT—Six Grafton citizens, all long-time residents, and representing nearly 100 concerned Grafton residents and property owners,, met with Governor Shumlin in Grafton on Wednesday, July 17th, to outline their concerns about a possible industrial wind installation in Grafton/Windham.