Energize Vermont Invites You to Renewables The Right Way Legislative Action Day 10:45AM – Thursday, January 31st – Cedar Creek Room Vermont State House, Montpelier
This week thirty-two neighbors of the Lowell wind project reported being impacted by “horrendous” and “unbearable” noise while 15 of the 21 turbines were operating. Some described the noise “like a jet engine that never took off” and others reported being awoken from their beds in the middle of the night.
Protesters Award Gov. Shumlin, Others With Certificate Of Public Harm MONTPELIER, VT – Today over two hundred Vermonters came together at a rally in Montpelier to award Gov. Shumlin, his administration, the Public Service Board, and wind developers a ceremonial Certificate of Public Harm (CPH) to recognize their support for the destructive development of big […]
***EVENT NOTICES*** Middlebury College will host a panel discussion on the future of wind energy in Vermont on this Tuesday October 9th, from 7-9 pm. Panelists will include Paul Burns (Director of VPIRG), Ginny Lyons (Chair of the Senate Energy Committee), and Lukas Snelling (Director of Energize Vermont).
GOT QUESTIONS ABOUT INDUSTRIAL WIND? Are You: In favor of wind power but conflicted about industrial ridgeline development? Concerned about loss of wildlife habitat, water quality issues, and/or the aesthetics of industrial wind on ridgelines? Undecided about industrial wind in the Lowell Mountains? In favor of wind development along the Lowell ridgeline and wondering […]
Reposted here from the Rutland Herald. Published: October 5, 2011 POULTNEY — The internationally acclaimed author, entrepreneur and energy expert Steven Strong will present his talk “Renewable Energy: Building the Bridge to the Post-Petroleum World” at Green Mountain College on Oct. 13. The presentation, cosponsored by renewable energy nonprofit Energize Vermont, will be held […]