Category Archives: Green Mountain Power

VCE’s Public Comment in Response to Anonymous Letter to PUC

November 27, 2018 Cases No. 18-0974-TF, 18-2850-TF, 18-3160-PET, 18-1633-PET Public Comment in Response to Anonymous Letter to PUC Vermonters for a Clean Environment submits this public comment in four cases related to Green Mountain Power’s rates and regulation plans. VCE … Continue reading

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Comment on Green Mountain Power’s Rate Cases and How They Are Being Handled by the Vermont Department of Public Service

Vermont’s Public Utility Commission has asked for comments by Nov. 27 on the anonymous information, below, which was sent to the PUC, four media outlets, and VCE.  Submit your comments as “Public Comment” in any of the following cases via … Continue reading

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Vermont ANR finds no violations at GMP Lowell Wind site

VCE received a second response from Vermont’s Agency of Natural Resources to our Investigation into the Stormwater System on Green Mountain Power’s Lowell Wind site. “Summary: Data collected for monitoring KCW Project water quality impacts indicated streams draining the project area … Continue reading

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Vermont’s Agency of Natural Resources Response to VCE’s Investigation of GMP’s Lowell Wind

In July, 2016, VCE investigated the stormwater systems and ecological health of Green Mountain Power’s Lowell Wind site.  A reporter (not associated with VCE) sent the investigation to the Agency of Natural Resources.  On Friday, Nov. 4, 2016, ANR’s General … Continue reading

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Wind Turbines in the Green Mountain National Forest

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VCE’s Investigation into the Environmental Health of the Lowell Mountains with Industrial Wind Turbines – July 2016

WATER 1.  The “wet” ponds are predominantly dry or are not holding the volume of water necessary to provide water quality treatment as required by the VT Stormwater Management Manual.  Further, it is highly probable that instead of flowing through … Continue reading

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