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Vermonters in Any Utility Areas Can Subscribe to Community Solar

Community Solar is Available to All Vermonters Now, not just Green Mountain Power Customers

Groton, VT ­ April 24, 2015

Green Mountain Community Solar (GMCS), a Groton, VT based company, announces panel ownership in its group off-site solar farms is now available to any Vermonter or Vermont business, not just those with Green Mountain Power […]

GMP Alerts Customers to Phone Scam

Customers Should Contact GMP

Rutland, Vt. – Green Mountain Power is warning customers about a phone scam. The caller claims to be representing Green Mountain Power from the billing and disconnect division and demands payment.

This is definitely a phone scam. Green Mountain Power follows very clear state rules when working with customers about paying […]

GMP Bucks Regional Trend with Lower Rates for Customers

New Report Finds New England Rates Increased 9%, While GMP Lowered Rates.

Colchester – A new report by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) finds in New England electric rates for families and businesses went up an average of 9% last year. During that same time GMP reduced rates by 2.46%. GMP has kept rates […]


Green Mountain Power has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) to solicit least cost proposals from solar energy developers for the purpose of entering into long-term contracts for up to 15 MW of distributed solar generation in our service territory. The RFP is open to new solar photovoltaic projects between 1 to 5 MW ac […]

BuildingEnergy 15 is Only 12 Days Away

As a primer to his Keynote address at BuildingEnergy 15 (only 12 days away), Karl Rábago has shared an in-depth article about the impacts of distributed generation & renewables on the grid as we know it.

Read the article…

& register for BuildingEnergy 15


NESEA is pleased to have Karl Rábago, Mary Powell, […]

FTC Rejects Vermont Law School’s Claims

Colchester, Vt – Green Mountain Power is pleased to announce that the FTC has rejected a request by Vermont Law School’s Environmental Clinic for an investigation targeting Vermont’s renewable energy laws.

State laws aimed at encouraging renewable generation have helped Vermont create the highest number of solar jobs per capita in the country as well […]

Energy Innovation Center offers Presentation:

“How do we encourage renewable energy in Vermont?”

RUTLAND, Vt. – Get information. Be inspired. The GMP College Connections lecture series is hosting its next energy discussion Tuesday, February 3, at the Energy Innovation Center, 68-70 Merchants Row in downtown Rutland. The free public event begins at 5:30 p.m. and will last approximately an hour. […]

When Activism Meets Business

World’s Largest Investor-owned Utility Goes 100% Renewable

By George Harvey

Desmond Tutu, an Anglican bishop in South Africa, achieved a fair amount of fame as an anti-apartheid activist. Now he is calling on businesses to cut their ties with the fossil fuels industry.

Bill McKibben, a Schumann Distinguished Scholar at MiddleburyCollege, has gained a lot […]

GMP B Corp Certificatioin

GMP has become the first utility in the world to receive B Corp certification.


Recognized for Commitment to Employees, Customers & Vermont


Colchester, Vt – Green Mountain Power today was recognized as the first utility in the world to become a Certified B Corp. B Corps are companies […]

Button Up Workshop in Hanover, NH

Dec. 4th, 2014

Liberty Utilities is hosting Button Ups Workshops designed specifically for their own customers – in LU towns – so they could be available to the public to answer questions about LU’s electricity rate increase. Bob Reals will be conducting a 15 minute presentation about this prior to the Button Up workshop presentation.