This commentary is by Rep. Mary Sullivan, a Democrat who represents Chittenden district 6-5 in the Vermont House of Representatives. Mary is a Democrat. Before more misinformation about the carbon pollution tax is circulated I thought that as one of the lead sponsors of H.412, which happens to have 26 co-sponsors, I would try to […]
Adapting to Changing Conditions This commentary is by Dan Jones. Dan is an energy activist in Montpelier, and former chair of the Montpelier Energy Advisory Committee. News Flash: One recent summer storm’s flood damage in Plainfield amounted to a third of the town budget, yet it wasn’t enough damage to warrant emergency Federal aid. The Plainfield select […]
Windsor County Democrats Invite Smith to Speak Will Smith run or not? I am seriously considering running for governor,” – Vermont Speaker of the House, Shap Smith.
Commentary by Chris Granda Shared here with permission of the author. This commentary is by Chris Granda, who is president of Grasteu Associates, an energy economics, policy and programs consulting firm located in Richmond. He previously worked for Vermont Energy Investment Corp. and served as a volunteer member of the State Thermal Energy Task Force. […]
Democratic State House Candidates’ Forum in Thetford Vermont Full House – Standing Room Only I’m not a “reporter.” At least not in the traditional sense of the word. Although, I do like going to events and sharing my impressions. My impressions from last night’s Democratic State House Candidates’ Forum at the Thetford Center Community […]
How does Vermont out-perform sunnier states? The same way “sunny” Germany does. Sustainable jobs are in renewables Gabrielle Stebbins, Executive Director of Renewable Energy Vermont reacts to today’s announcement. “Today’s number one ranking in solar jobs per capita is a huge achievement for Vermont. It demonstrates the strength, vitality and importance of this growing sector […]