With tag: cvps
Electric Power Rate To Increase For Some Vt. Customers
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.
Douglas: Power Merger
By Jim Douglas
To former Vermont governor and commentator Jim Douglas, the proposed merger between Green Mountain Power and CVPS is another indicator that the partnership between Vermont and Quebec is growing stronger.
House Speaker Shap Smith
By Bob Kinzel
House Speaker Shap Smith discusses the top legislative issues, we hear an analysis of the latest developments of the proposed CVPS-Green Mountain Power merger and we listen back to the voices in the news this week.
VT Law School: Smart Grid Adoption Is Improving
Vermont Law School is studying the roll-out of smart grid technology by Central Vermont
Public Service and six other utilities around the country. The school says the adoption of the technology by the
state's largest electric utility is going well.
Responding To Critics, GMP Sweetens Deal
By Ross Sneyd
Green Mountain Power has responded to critics who say it isn't providing enough
benefits to Central Vermont Public Service customers in the planned merger of
the two companies. GMP
says it will pay another $21 million toward customer energy efficiency.
Power Restored To Most Customers
All but a
handful of about 14,000 electric customers now have their power back, following
a series of severe thunderstorms that rolled across Vermont Sunday.
Utility PlansTo Fund Clean Energy Projects
By John Dillon
The state's largest electric utility wants to use an insurance rebate from
Vermont Yankee to fund a number of clean-energy projects around the state. CVPS says the insurance payments stem from when it was a part owner of the nuclear plant.