Vermont Department of Public Service (VT DPS)
Experts, analysts and lobbyists convened with FERC in Vermont to talk about the issues facing New England’s electric grid in the winter.
Vermont DPS Commissioner June Tierney says ISO-NE must “achieve reliability, fueled by renewability with a keen eye on affordability.”
Parties to GlobalFoundries' case seeking utility status have not reached an agreement on a greenhouse gas reduction plan for the company.
Vermont Climate Council member Jared Duval says that heating for cannot only be about carbon-neutrality if it’s to be equitable.
Semiconductor manufacturer GlobalFoundries wants to procure its own electricity from ISO-NE and be exempt from the Vermont's renewable energy standard.
The Vermont Climate Council heard recommendations on how to reduce emissions for the electricity, thermal and transportation sectors.
A portion of Vermont's climate-related funding for fiscal year 2022 will come from the state's $1.05 billion federal rescue plan aid package.
Vermont energy officials will be looking at tradeoffs among policies and milestones for success for the state's next energy plan.
Vermont Climate Council is concerned it won't have time for proper public dialogue on equity to inform the state's climate plan.
The Vermont Climate Council has begun aligning the state’s Comprehensive Energy Plan with a new Climate Action Plan due at year-end.
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