Some big wind projects in the region are not performing as planned due to
constraints on the transmission grid. That news came as Vermont lawmakers focused on both climate change and a
moratorium on new wind development.
of Vermont’s largest electric utility could see their monthly
bills go up to help pay the costs of recovering from Tropical Storm Irene. If approved,
beginning on July 1, CVPS customers
would see their bills increase by 1.4 percent.
Vermont’s largest electric utility wants to spend $40 million
on new technology that will let the company and its customers use power more
Central Vermont Public Service says it’s one of the biggest investments
in company history.