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Group Seeks Delay In Yankee Hearings For Supreme Court Appeals
Tuesday, 02/05/13
By John Dillon
As the legal uncertainty surrounding the Vermont Yankee plant continues, an anti-nuclear group wants utility regulators to take a time out in order to let the state Supreme Court resolve some of the issues.
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Vermont Yankee Debate Heats Up On Two Fronts
Wednesday, 10/24/12
By John Dillon
The legal debate over the future of the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant is heating up at federal appeals court and at the state Public Service Board. The state this week laid out a detailed case for why the plant should not get a new 20 year state permit to operate.
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PSB Looking Into Georgia Wind Violations
Thursday, 09/06/12
By John Dillon
State regulators have delivered strong words of warning to developers of a Georgia Mountain wind project. The company has admitted it has violated conditions of its state permit. And the Public Service Board is considering imposing penalties.
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PSB Critics To Gather In Wells
Monday, 08/20/12
People upset about recent decisions by the Vermont Public Service Board are planning to rally on a mountaintop in Wells.
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Utility Merger Proposal Goes To PSB
Monday, 04/23/12
By John Dillon
A proposed merger between Vermont's largest utilities is now in the hands of the Public Service Board. The board received final briefs in the case on Monday.
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State Regulators Examine Utility Secrecy
Tuesday, 08/16/11
By John Dillon
State regulators are taking a closer look at what kinds of information utilities should be allowed to keep secret. In recent years, power companies have opted not to reveal the price they've agreed to pay under certain power contracts. And the Public Service Board is asking whether this kind of secrecy is always justified.
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Regulators Won't Approve GMP Permits Before August
Tuesday, 07/26/11
By John Dillon
State officials say Green Mountain Power will not get the environmental permits it needs to start work August 1st on its Lowell Mountain wind project because their permit review cannot be rushed by the utility company's construction deadline.
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Giving Low-Income Vermonters A Break On Their Electric Bills
Monday, 07/25/11
By John Dillon
The Public Service Board says customers of the state's two largest utilities should help subsidize a new program that aims to make electricity more affordable for the poor.
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Vermont Regulator Plays Role In National Energy Policy Debate
Friday, 07/16/10
By John Dillon
David Coen, a member of the Vermont Public Service Board, is taking a leading role in shaping national energy policy.
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PSB Rejects Entergy Spinoff Proposal
Friday, 06/25/10
By John Dillon
The Public Service Board said "no" to a proposed spin-off of Vermont Yankee into a new company, calling the corporate restructuring financially risky.
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Community divided on Georgia-Milton wind project
Thursday, 06/11/09
The Vermont Public Service Board is weighing views both pro and con on a wind-power project proposed for a ridge line straddling the line between Milton and Georgia.
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