Reposted here from VTDigger.org. The Vermont Low Income Trust for Electricity’s (VLITE) seven-member board announced today that it had chosen three individuals to sit on the Vermont Electric Power Co. (VELCO) board.
Reposted from Rutland Herald. WELLS — The event hosted at Olga Julinska’s mountaintop home Saturday was more than just a protest of Vermont’s permitting system and corporate self-interest, it was a goodbye to a place she and her family have loved.
Reposted from VTDigger. Editor’s note: This op-ed is by Annette Smith, executive director of Vermonters for a Clean Environment.
Reposted from Times Argus. Wind is politically perilous issue Controversy surrounds us. The towns of Pittsford, West Rutland, Hubbardton and Castleton are experiencing the proposed installation of unwanted wind turbines thrust upon them.
Reposted from Rutland Herald. Wednesday’s editorial was almost cute in its naivete. It said Reunion Power has a good case for building 20 490-foot-tall turbines along a six-mile stretch of ridgeline through four towns because there’s a road providing access to radio towers.
Reposted from Times Argus. Commentary by Dr. James Rademacher Reunion Power (RP) has been to the towns of Castleton, Hubbardton, Pittsford and West Rutland to present its plan to install 16 to 20 industrial wind turbines on the Taconic Range from just south of Grandpa’s Knob extending north into Pittsford.
Reposted from Orleans County Record. NEWARK — With an out-of-state renewable energy company looking to cut its teeth in Brighton, Ferdinand and Newark first by installing four meteorological or MET towers that are nearly 200 feet tall to collect data, and possibly later, to seek permission for a 35-turbine wind farm, residents here are […]