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MONTPELIER | To listen to the renewable power industry and its supporters in the Vermont Legislature, you might think carbon taxation is the only certain way to reduce CO2 emissions. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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MINEVILLE | Albany Engineering Corporation has reached an agreement with Hull Street Energy in Bethesda, Md., to join forces on the $300 million Moriah Hydro project, which will use abandoned iron mines to store renewable energy. Read more

The Sun

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PORT HENRY | The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has accepted the application of a group of Albany engineers for the ambitious Moriah hydroelectric project, bringing much-anticipated construction one step closer to reality. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | Middlebury Town Manager Kathleen Ramsay reported that Robert Bartone, director of the Northeast Archaeology Research Center (NE ARC) in Farmington, Maine, will transfer local artifacts to Barre. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

MORIAH | The hydro-electric project planned for Moriah’s old iron mines is nearing regulatory approval. Read more

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Access road will be built first to start three-year deconstruction of old “Pulp Mill” dam; the $2.5 million project is funded by NY Rising flood mitigation program Read more

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MORIAH – FERC sets hearing for proposed hydroelectric project for Moriah Read more

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RUTLAND — Green Mountain Power announced that it has reached an agreement with Enel Green Power North America, Inc. (EGP-NA) to purchase 14 small hydroelectric plants for a total installed capacity of 17 MW. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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PLATTSBURGH — Transforming the downtown area is happening faster than expected for some residents and business owners. Read more

The Sun