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PLATTSBURGH | Rising sea levels. Melting ice. Droughts. Fires burning more quickly, and more frequently, on the west coast. People in coastal towns displaced by dramatic changes to the landscape. Read more

The Sun

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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

I would like to respond to Luke Dailey’s letter to the editor in the Dec. 8 issue of The Sun. Read more

Letters to the Editor

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The Dec. 11 Rutland Herald editorial, titled “Classic Conundrum,” asks whether Vermont should tax fossil fuels as “the best, most effective way to limit greenhouse gas emissions” or pass because it’s “a tough sell,”... Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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Election Day results from Vermont and across the United States may profoundly affect state, national and global energy policy. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

Are you aware the Adirondack Park Agency has quietly made a move toward embracing industrial wind and solar development inside the Blue Line... Read more

Letters to the Editor 1 Comments

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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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RUTLAND | In a 90-minute-long forum recently at the historic Paramount Theater, Repubilcan Gov. Phil Scott and Democratic challenger Christine Hallquist debated taxes, ethics, schools, housing and more. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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PLATTSBURGH | The use of hydrogen as an alternative to fossil fuels is catching on in Europe, where two dozen nations last week pledged to boost research funding into the technology. Read more

The Sun

With scorching heat and raging wildfires in the west and torrential downpours and massive flooding in the east, global warming is not just about a gentle sea rise any more. Read more

Letters to the Editor 2 Comments

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MONTPELIER | Vermont’s landmark energy policies are not solving the problems they were designed to solve, according to a March 12 report from Vermonters for a Clean Environment. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

Here’s an interesting insight into the arcane world of global renewable energy politics, based on the Oct. 30 column in Forbes by widely-read energy blogger Rod Adams. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

Vermont, along with 19 other states, has a long-term greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction mandate. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

MONTPELIER | Earlier this summer, Gov. Phil Scott announced plans for a marijuana legalization study commission. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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The newly-formed Vermont Climate Action Commission must grow the economy, put Vermonters on a path to affordability and not leave anyone behind, a July 20 statement from the office of Gov. Phil Scott stated. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

Our Sun’s spell-check shrank CO-2 100-fold and Mr. Pagano’s pouncing highlit how tiny a trace gas it is. Read more

Letters to the Editor

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BEEKMANTOWN —  Vermont permitting process to see three to six month delay, may affect construction, says Amanus Read more

The Sun

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BEEKMANTOWN — The New York Public Service Commission recently signed off on an application to start construction on the Vermont Green Line project. Read more

The Sun

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BEEKMANTOWN — A massive project designed to provide New England residents with converted wind energy is still moving forward despite setbacks. Read more

The Sun