On Sunday night at 7PM I’ll be appearing along with Steve Wright and Geoff Goll on a new radio show called Wind Wise Radio. The show is produced live online and encourages people to call-in.
This week saw continued State House debate about the future Vermont’s transmission infrastructure company VELCO as a group of Senators continued to push for the State to study whether it might make sense to acquire the operation.
This week two biomass projects were reported as “still in the works.” In Fair Haven, theRutland Herald reported that Beaver Wood Energy is working their way through the permitting process, and is expecting to continue the Section 248 process in January. In North Springfield, Winstanley Enterprises announced in a press release that they had just filed to […]
Energize Vermont is hosting or participating in three events this coming week. I’ll be at all of them and would love to see you there. Tuesday & Wednesday: Renewable Energy Vermont Conference – Burlington, VT Wednesday Night: Speaker Series: Wind in VT: What You Need to Know – 6PM – Burlington, VT Thursday Night: Steven Strong Presentation at Green […]
Reposted from Seven Days. BY ANDY BROMAGE [10.05.11] Is biomass energy “carbon neutral,” as some proponents claim? That’s a key question confronting environment-concerned Vermonters as a proposed wood-burning power plant moves closer to final approval in Fair Haven. On September 15, the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources granted Massachusetts-based Beaver Wood Energy a […]
Reposted here from the Rutland Herald. By Lucia Suarez STAFF WRITER – Published: September 24, 2011 FAIR HAVEN — Contractors for a proposed biomass plant and wood pellet manufacturing facility in Fair Haven said permitting applications for the project are back on track after Beaver Wood Energy closed financial deals to cover additional permit […]