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Call for Conservation! Vermonters to Reduce Electricity Use Wednesday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

July 20, 2022 Waterbury Center, VT — Temperatures are sizzling across New England, which has many seeking the cool relief from fans, air conditioners, and heat pumps. But when we…

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Public Service Department Announces Request for Input on Vermont’s Renewable Electricity Policy and Programs

July 5, 2022 Montpelier, VT – The Public Service Department (PSD) today announces the kickoff of a comprehensive review of Vermont’s renewable and clean electricity policies and programs. The Department…

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Scott Johnstone Joins Morrisville Water & Light as General Manager

June 20, 2022 Morrisville, VT – Scott Johnstone, an innovative executive leader with deep experience in the energy space, will join Morrisville Water & Light in the role of General…

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Vermont PUC Issues Biennial Update of the Net-Metering Program

  June 17, 2022 Montpelier, VT – Today the Vermont Public Utility Commission (“Commission”) issued its required update of the State’s net-metering program. As a result of the adjustments, most…

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Vermont Public Power Supply Authority controller receives leadership and managerial excellence award

June 14, 2022 Nashville, Tennessee, June 14, 2022 — Crystal Currier, controller for the Vermont Public Power Supply Authority (VPPSA) in Waterbury Center, Vermont, received the Mark Crisson Leadership and…

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Vermont Utilities Urge Vermonters to Apply Now for COVID-19 Utility Bill Assistance

June 8, 2022 Grants Available for Direct Help to Vermonters who Suffered Economic Hardship Due to the Pandemic   MONTPELIER, Vt. – Vermont utilities are reminding their customers that help is…

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New solar array transforms Hardwick gravel pit into pollinator-friendly renewable energy resource

May 23, 2022  Hardwick Electric Department and Encore Renewable Energy celebrate new solar array delivering affordable, reliable and carbon-free electricity to community Hardwick, VT — Hardwick Electric Department and Encore…

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Barton Village Residents Vote Down Sale of Electric Department 

Voters choose to continue local ownership of 128-year-old utility May 10, 2022 Waterbury Center, Vermont – Barton Village voters elected not to sell Barton Electric to Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC)…

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Barton Electric Vote

What does the proposed sale of Barton Electric mean for you? This is a decision that can’t be taken lightly or made quickly. Barton Electric has been owned and operated…

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Barton Village Trustees Pursue Vote to Sell Electric Department

Recommendation ends 100-year legacy of locally owned and operated electric department   March 31, 2022 Waterbury Center, Vermont – On Monday, March 28, the Barton Village Trustees voted to recommend…

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