Bill requires even more instate renewable power, regulators and utilities concerned about cost, reliability - VPR

A bill in the Vermont Senate would establish an electricity ‘Fortress Vermont’ of instate renewable power only.

"Vermont already requires utilities to get 75% of their electricity from renewables by 2032. A bill moving through the Senate says utilities must have a 100% renewable portfolio in 10 years. And it doubles the amount – from 10 to 20% – that must come from local sources."


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