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High winds blamed in 11,500 power outages
Tuesday, 09/16/08
About 11,500 Vermont homes and businesses lost power after gusty winds - the remnants of Hurricane Ike - blew through New England, downing trees and power lines.
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Moretown Landfill to make electricity with gas
Wednesday, 09/10/08
Vermonters are going to be getting more electricity from garbage.
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Electric utilities want more renewable power
Thursday, 08/21/08
By Ross Sneyd
Vermont's four largest electric utilities believe the state needs new generating plants to replace at least some of the power they buy from outside sources. As VPR's Ross Sneyd reports, the companies say the plants should be powered by renewable energy, such as wood or wind.
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Midday Newscast: July 29, 2008
Tuesday, 07/29/08
By Mitch Wertlieb
Green Mountain Power wants to make it easier to build renewable projects; the U.N. honors a Vermont housing agency; the Vermont Food Bank is going into farming; state Rep. Jim Hutchinson has died.
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Morning Newscast: July 29, 2008
Tuesday, 07/29/08
By Mitch Wertlieb
Here are the top stories at 7:30 a.m.: The federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission has given the green light for Entergy Corp. to spin off Vermont Yankee and four other nuclear plants to a newly created company;  Green Mountain Power says it ultimately wants to rely more on environmentally friendly power - and less on nuclear; The wood harvesting program that state officials plan to expand is a multiyear initiative to help Vermonters heat their homes...
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New GMP head announces energy plan
Tuesday, 07/29/08
By Ross Sneyd
Vermont's second largest electric utility has drawn up a plan for where it will get its power over the next quarter century. Green Mountain Power says it ultimately wants to rely more on environmentally friendly power - and less on nuclear. VPR's Ross Sneyd has more.
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Dostis to join Green Mountain Power
Thursday, 06/26/08
The outgoing chairman of a Vermont House committee that dealt with utility issues has taken a job with Vermont's second-largest power company.
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GMP launches new effort to promote solar power
Friday, 05/16/08
Customers of Green Mountain Power Corp. who have been thinking about installing solar panels on their roofs now have a powerful new reason to do so: the opportunity to sell their excess electricity to the utility.
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