Reposted from WXAC. VERNON, Vt. – Members of the New England Peace Pagoda marched toward the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant in Vernon just after noon Wednesday. They’ve been traveling the country by foot protesting nuclear power.
Reposted from Bennington Banner. BENNINGTON — Green Mountain Power Corp.’s pending acquisition of Central Vermont Public Service Corp. will allow for better service and cost-savings for ratepayers, according to GMP CEO Mary Powell.
Reposted from VTDigger. Editor’s note: Guy Page is communications director of the Vermont Energy Partnership, a 90-member organization of labor groups, individuals, not-for-profits, development organizations, and businesses, including Entergy, owner of Vermont Yankee.
Reposted from VTDigger. Green Mountain Power’s 23-year agreement to purchase power from a New Hampshire nuclear power plant is a sure bet.
Reposted here from the Rutland Herald. By SUSAN SMALLHEER Staff Writer – Published: July 26, 2011 Entergy Corp. has placed a $65 million bet on the future of its Vermont Yankee nuclear plant. The company announced Monday that its board of directors approved the purchase of the fuel, setting the stage for Yankee’s […]
Commentary in Sunday Times Argus/Rutland Herald — not on-line. p. D7 May 9, 2010 Wind is not the energy solution for Vermont By Annette Smith Wind industry boosters of late have been talking about the need to send a clear message to developers that there is “consistency” in our regulatory process to encourage building wind […]