Vermont’s four largest electric utilities believe the state
needs new generating plants to replace at least some of the power they buy from
VPR’s Ross Sneyd reports, the companies say the plants should be powered by
renewable energy, such as wood or wind.
Here are the top stories at 7:30 a.m.:
The Vermont Senate has voted to override Governor
Douglas’s veto of campaign finance reform legislation. Central Vermont Public Service and Green Mountain College have joined forces on a unique project that
uses hybrid cars and trucks to teach kids about energy consumption and
its impact on the planet.