Reposted from VPR. By John Dillon. October 30, 2013. Vermont lawmakers are struggling with how best to give local communities a voice when big energy projects are planned for their towns.
Reposted from the Burlington Free Press. By Dave Gram. September 25, 2013. MONTPELIER
Reposted from the Bennington Banner. By Elizabeth Conkey. August 17, 2013. BENNINGTON — Bennington Rotarians were treated to a presentation Friday by Executive Director of Energize Vermont Luke Snelling, who discussed the pros and cons of various renewable energy solutions.
Reposted from the Rutland Herald. July 19, 2013. The Public Service Board has asked for additional review as it considers the impacts of a proposed new road that would help alleviate traffic concerns associated with the proposed wood-fired power plant in North Springfield.
Reposted from the Valley News. June 30, 2013. Wilder In 2011, the Vermont Department of Public Service issued a Comprehensive Energy Plan that asserts that 90 percent of all energy used in the state — including electricity, transportation and building heating — will be provided from renewable sources by 2050.