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GMP Begins Work On Rutland Innovation Center
Friday, 03/15/13
By Nina Keck
Officials from Green Mountain Power provided a first glimpse inside their new $2.5 million  energy innovation center in downtown Rutland Thursday. It's an investment that city officials say is having a positive ripple effect on the entire downtown.
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GMP Seeks Nominees For Environmental Award
Monday, 02/11/13
Vermont's largest electric utility is seeking nominations for its annual Zetterstrom Environmental Award, named for osprey advocate Meeri Zetterstrom.
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Utilities Rush To Restore Power Before Christmas
Saturday, 12/22/12
By Peter Biello
A powerful wind storm that blew through Vermont yesterday caused more power outages than Super Storm Sandy. As of this morning, around 6,700 households and businesses are without power. The majority of those outages are in hard-hit Addison and Rutland Counties. And the lights might not be back on for some until Christmas Eve.
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GMP Teams Up With Efficiency Vermont, NeighborWorks
Saturday, 12/08/12
By Nina Keck
Green Mountain Power officials announced Friday that their new innovation center in downtown Rutland will also provide a new hub for Efficiency Vermont and NeighborWorks of Western Vermont.
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GMP Makes Deadline For Lowell Project As Last Turbine Hooked Up
Wednesday, 11/21/12
By John Dillon
Green Mountain Power has commissioned the last of its 21 wind turbines in Lowell - well in time for the company to meet an end-of-the-year deadline for federal tax credits.
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GMP Copper Cable Thefts Under Investigation
Monday, 10/22/12
Vermont State Police are investigating the theft of copper grounding cable taken from three Green Mountain Power substations.
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Cow Powered Gondola At Killington
Friday, 10/19/12
Killington ski resort says it's going to power one of its lifts this season with electricity generated from methane gas recovered from cow manure.
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Landfill To Solar Field?
Tuesday, 10/16/12
Green Mountain Power is seeking to turn a former landfill managed by the city of Rutland into a solar field.
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GMP Officials Fear Thefts Could Lead To Tragedy
Monday, 10/08/12
Officials at Green Mountain Power say that copper thefts at sub-stations are threatening the lives of utility workers and the public.
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Rutland Looks To Gain From Solar Investments
Monday, 09/24/12
By Nina Keck
Many in Rutland hope new investments in solar power will jump start the city's economy.
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GMP Chooses 'Blighted' Building For New Rutland Center
Friday, 09/21/12
By Nina Keck
Green Mountain Power chose what it describes as a "blighted" building in Rutland's downtown for its new energy innovation center.
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Widespread Power Outages From High Winds
Wednesday, 09/19/12
The lights were coming back on Wednesday morning after high winds and rain caused thousands of power outages throughout Vermont.
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Vt. Police Arrest 6 Blocking Wind Construction In Lowell
Monday, 08/06/12
Vermont police say six protesters have been arrested at the site of the Lowell mountain wind-power project.
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Fair Haven Hopes To Ensure Proposed Biomass Facility Is Built
Thursday, 08/02/12
Fair Haven's select board is continuing to push a plan for Massachusetts-based Beaver Wood Energy to build a 34-megawatt generator along Route 4 near the New York border.
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GMP Asks To Reduce Rates
Thursday, 08/02/12
Vermont's largest electric utility is asking state regulators for permission to reduce its rates by .4 percent.
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PSB Approves Green Mountain Power-CVPS Merger
Friday, 06/15/12
By John Dillon
The Vermont Public Service Board has signed off on the merger of the state's two largest utilities.
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Analysis: Proposed CVPS/Green Mountain Power Merger
Friday, 04/06/12
By Bob Kinzel
Bureau Chief Peter Hirshfeld of the Vermont Press Bureau and VT Digger Reporter Alan Panebaker talk about the latest developments of the proposed CVPS/Green Mountain Power merger.
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Vermont Edition
House Speaker Shap Smith
Friday, 04/06/12
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.
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Vt. Senate Debates Utility Merger And Ratepayer Refunds
Thursday, 04/05/12
By Ross Sneyd
Members of the Vermont Senate are meeting Thursday in an unusual "joint caucus" to talk about the controversy of the Green Mountain Power-Central Vermont Public Service merger.
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Campbell Expects Legislative Action On CVPS Refunds
Thursday, 04/05/12
The leader of the Vermont Senate says he expects lawmakers will try to force the Public Service Board to order refunds to ratepayers for CVPS, which is currently in the midst of a merger.
Vermont Edition
The GMP/CVPS Merger's $21 Million Question
Friday, 03/30/12
By Bob Kinzel
We hear both sides of the debate over how CVPS should return $21 million to its ratepayers as part of its merger with Green Mountain Power and Congressman Peter Welch discusses campaign finance reform.
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Debate Over Utility Refunds Reaches Lawmakers
Friday, 03/23/12
Debate is heating up among Vermont lawmakers about a payback due to utility ratepayers now that their electric company is being sold.
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AARP-Vermont Works To Influence Proposed Utility Merger
Thursday, 03/15/12
By John Dillon
The advocacy group continues to advertise about Green Mountain Power's plan to take over and merge with Central Vermont Public Service. The group delivered petitions with the signatures of 15,000 customers of CVPS.
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Utility CEO Discusses Merger, Wind Power
Tuesday, 02/21/12
By Jane Lindholm
Green Mountain Power is at the center several energy stories right now, and on Tuesday's program we discuss them with the company's CEO Mary Powell.
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Vt. Senate Committee Talks Power Line Purchase
Wednesday, 02/08/12
By John Dillon
A key Vermont lawmaker says he expects to offer an amendment on a budget bill that could put the state on a path toward majority ownership of the backbone of its electricity grid.
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