Reposted from Rutland Herald. Green Mountain Power is no longer referring to its solar city initiative as the solar city initiative.
Reposted from Rutland Herald. Green Mountain Power intends a planned solar generation facility on Cleveland Avenue to be the first of many.
Reposted from WCAX. RUTLAND, Vt. – A brownfield in a blighted, broken area of Rutland, once contaminated by coal and tar deposits, is about to be reborn.
Reposted from WCAX. RUTLAND, Vt. – Green Mountain Power plans to maintain a presence in downtown Rutland once the merger with the Rutland-based Central Vermont Public Service is complete.
Reposted from WCAX. SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. – Wednesday WCAX headed to the Vermont Business Expo to get reaction to our just released polling results on energy issues in Vermont.
Reposted from Times Argus. For more than a decade, Vermont has had a program in place to reward homeowners who install small-scale renewable power generation on their property. The net-metering allows them to generate power for their own use, and send the excess back to the utility. The utility customer in effect gets paid […]