Reposted from the Burlington Free Press. By Terri Hallenbeck. October 31, 2013 By 2019, two 6-inch-wide cables would extend 150 miles from Quebec under Lake Champlain and across land to Ludlow, carrying 1,000 megawatts of hydro-electric power, according to an announcement Wednesday by TDI New England.
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 VPR. By Bob Kinzel. September 9, 2013. Governor Peter Shumlin says it might be possible to funnel the power through Vermont without building large new transmission lines.
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 VT Digger. By Andrew Stein. July 24, 2013. Follow Andrew on Twitter @andrewcstein The question of whether some rural utilities should finance small renewable energy projects has taken a nosedive into the realm of legal ambiguity.
Reposted from the Rutland Herald. June 16, 2013. BENNINGTON — As he moves closer to reviving hydroelectric power at the former Vermont Tissue Mill, the co-owner of Carbon Zero is looking at selling power to the Vermont Veterans Home and installing a potential second site at the former tannery in Pownal.