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House Overwhelmingly Approves Renewable Energy Bill

This afternoon, the Vermont House voted overwhelmingly to approve The Renewable Energy Standard and Energy Transformation Program (H.40). H.40 is a critical piece of legislation that would put Vermont in line 29 other states, including every state in the New England region, in requiring electric utilities to provide customers with renewable power. RESET requires a …

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Letter: Details Are Important in Energy Policy

Op-Ed: Opposition Must Consider Facts  Reprinted from The Addison Independent December 23, 2014 Dylan Zwicky of Burlington is a Clean Energy Associate for VPIRG and a native of Addison County.  Details are important when discussing energy policy, especially when it comes to our state’s future. That’s why I was so concerned to read two recent opinion …

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News Release: Environmental Advocates, Businesses and Low-Income Groups Launch Campaign for an Energy Independent Vermont

BARRE, VT— Vermont could dramatically reduce its climate pollution while improving the state’s economy and growing jobs, according to a new economic study released today by a diverse coalition of environmental, business and low-income groups. The benefits would be achieved by putting a price on carbon pollution and returning the revenue to Vermont citizens, businesses …

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