Who Will Champion Vermont’s Renewable Energy?

Brattleboro, Vermont [The Brattleboro Reformer] Where will Vermont get its electricity in another decade? That question has been discussed and debated endlessly, particularly with the potential expiration of Vermont Yankee’s license in 2012 and the potential loss of the state electric contract with Hydro-Quebec in 2015. A report released by the Vermont Public Interest Research Group on Thursday shows one path the state can follow – committing itself to having 55 percent of its energy coming from renewable sources by 2015.
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