Tinmouth hosts hearing on proposed wind farm

Over 150 people packed Tinmouth’s Community Hall last night to hear about an industrial sized wind farm that’s being proposed in their community.  The size and scope of the $160 million project have many worried.  

Board approves alternative regulation for CVPS

The Vermont Public Service Board has approved a new system of setting rates for the state’s largest power company that will allow it to recover what it pays for power at wholesale prices more quickly. The system also could help promote energy conservation.

High winds blamed in 11,500 power outages

About 11,500 Vermont homes and businesses lost power after gusty winds – the remnants of Hurricane Ike – blew through New England, downing trees and power lines.