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NEW HAVEN | An anonymous industry source told the Eagle Nov. 13 that developers of a proposed 400-megawatt electrical power inverter facility in New Haven have withdrawn the proposal. more

The Vermont Eagle

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WEST CHAZY — Developers of a proposed electric transmission line held an informational meeting last week to show updates of the plan and how it might affect local residents. more

The Sun

(Regarding a mailed request to New Haven residents to support the Green Line project) the (New Haven) Selectboard has verified that they did not send it, and don’t know who did. more

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A recent survey, sponsored by foreign-owned power utility National Grid (N.G.), indicates, at first blush, that residents of the Town of New Haven have expressed strong support for the controversial Vermont Green Line renewable energy transmission... more

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MOOERS — The Bull Run Wind Energy Center has announced an expansion of their wind energy project. more

The Sun

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BEEKMANTOWN, NY — The developers of a proposed electric transmission line running from Beekmantown to New Haven, Vt attended a February town board meeting here to layout details of the plan and how it might affect local residents. more

The Vermont Eagle

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BEEKMANTOWN — The developers of a proposed electric transmission line running from Beekmantown to New Haven, Vt attended a Feb. 17 town board meeting here to layout details of the plan and how it might affect local residents. more

The Sun

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BEEKMANTOWN — Torn up roads and loud construction sites possibly lie ahead for Beekmantown residents. more

The Sun

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