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The fate of taxpayer-owned Burlington Telecom will likely be decided Aug. 28 as city officials secretly negotiate with four finalists in what has been a long and drawn-out bidding process. more

Editorials

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MIDDLEBURY — A new solar project spanning 38 acres and generating 20 megawatts of capacity stands to become the largest solar installation in the Green Mountain State, but it may curtail cheaper renewable energy projects. more

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MIDDLEBURY — Efficiency Vermont is pleased to honor ACTR and Black River Design Architects with a 2017 Best of the Best Award. more

The Vermont Eagle

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Vermont Watchdog

MONTPELIER — The Vermont Public Service Board on Feb. 2 penalized Vermont Gas Systems’ earnings for three years due to management shortcomings dating back to early construction of a new gas pipeline running through Addison County. more

The Vermont Eagle

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Vermont Watchdog

RUTLAND, Vt. — Neighbors in Rutland have asked the Vermont Public Service Board to cancel the Cold River solar project. more

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The Addison Natural Gas Project will bring an important energy choice to thousands of families and businesses in Addison County. more

Letters to the Editor

MONTPELIER – Vermont Senators approved a renewable energy siting bill last week but shot down amendments favorable to towns, ratepayers and victims of industrial wind-turbine noise. more

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Vermonters want a greater voice in solving this century’s greatest challenge—how to change our economy from one powered by burning fossil fuels to one powered by clean, renewable energy. more

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MONTPELIER — For the fifth time in two months, Vermonters opposed to the Addison-Rutland Pipeline have halted an eminent domain hearing. more

The Vermont Eagle

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MONTPELIER — Two activists behind the Public Service Board’s rejection of a solar farm last week say the unlikely outcome shows lawmakers must legislate local control of renewables. more

The Vermont Eagle

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RUTLAND – Lawmakers concerned by a growing revolt against wind and solar projects are considering ways to give locals more control over the decision-making process. more

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