Vermont’s second largest electric utility has drawn up a plan
for where it will get its power over the next quarter century. Green
Mountain Power says it ultimately wants to rely more on environmentally
friendly power – and less on nuclear.
Ross Sneyd has more.
Here are the top stories at 7:40 a.m.:
Vermont has avoided the most serious problems in the housing
and credit markets, but
a new report shows that real estate sales and prices have both declined over
the winter; Senator Bernie Sanders is pushing for the extension of tax credits for
renewable energy projects…