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VPPSA Staff Mentors Accel-VT Energy 2019 Entrepreneurs

On May 29th, Ken Nolan and Melissa Bailey mentored entrepreneurs during Sprint 1 of Accel-VT Energy 2019, managed by Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund. Accel-VT selected 15 entrepreneurs from DCC Technology, EVmatch, Go Together Inc., ISunSolar Canopy Systems, Onboard Data, SomEV, Inc., and United Aircraft Technologies to participate in three-month intensive training program. Participants have three…

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VPPSA and Encore Renewable Energy Complete First Solar Project Together

Morrisville, VT — Vermont Public Power Supply Authority (VPPSA) and Encore Renewable Energy announced today the completion of their 855 kilowatt (kW) Trombley Hill Solar project, the first developed under their partnership formed last year. Sited on property owned by Morrisville Water and Light, it is the first utility project to come online under Vermont’s…

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Heat Pump Water Heater Rebate 2019

Download Rebate Form VPPSA member customers are eligible for a $300 rebate on the purchase of a heat pump water heater. To qualify, the heat pump water heater MUST replace a fossil fuel fired water heater. How A Heat Pump Water Heater Works Unlike traditional electric heaters, heat pump water heaters do NOT generate their…

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Save Big on a 2019 Nissan LEAF!

The Vermont Public Power Supply Authority is partnering with local Nissan dealers to offer a $5,000 rebate on a new Nissan LEAF. When combined with the federal income tax credit, it could lead to as much as $12,500 in savings! Participating dealers include: Freedom Nissan Garvey Nissan Nissan of St. Albans To qualify, you must…

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VPPSA General Manager joins Consumer Federation of America Board of Directors

Waterbury Center, VT – Ken Nolan, General Manager of the Vermont Public Power Supply Authority, has been elected to the Consumer Federation of America Board of Directors. Nolan will serve a one-year term as one of three public power representatives on the 35-member board. CFA is an association of non-profit organizations that advocates on behalf…

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Warning For VPPSA Member Utility Customers: Do Not Use Doxo for Bill Pay

It has come to our attention that several VPPSA member utility customers have been using Doxo, a third-party online bill payment service. Doxo is not affiliated with VPPSA or any of its member utilities. Despite showing your utility’s logo, Doxo is not an authorized payment service. Customers who pay their utility bill through Doxo are…

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VPPSA Partners with APPA to Bring Municipal Utility Training to Vermont

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact for VPPSA: Crystal Currier ccurrier@vppsa.com (802) 882-8501 Burlington, VT – Vermont Public Power Supply Authority (“VPPSA”) has partnered with the American Public Power Association (“APPA”) to bring valuable training to its Members and other municipal utilities in Vermont. As members of APPA, VPPSA and its Members have access to all of APPA’s…

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Vermont Public Power Supply Authority and Encore Renewable Energy partner to increase solar generation for Member communities

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Contact for VPPSA: Ken Nolan knolan@vppsa.com (802) 882-8500 Contact for Encore Renewable Energy:  Ginie Olson ginie@encorerenewableenergy.com  (802) 861-3023 Partnership Grows Local, Renewable Energy Waterbury Center, VT – Vermont Public Power Supply Authority (“VPPSA”) and Encore Renewable Energy (“Encore”) today formally announced a partnership to pursue development of approximately 10 megawatts of solar capacity…

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Hometown Connections

The Vermont Public Power Supply Authority today invested in Hometown Connections, Inc. This investment included purchasing the majority of Hometown Connections International assets from the American Public Power Association. We joined other joint action agencies from around the United States in purchasing these assets.  This will allow us to obtain products and services, and provide economies of…

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