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Vermont System Planning Committee - News


VSPC annual report available

The VSPC filed its annual report with the Public Service Board and Public Service Department on February 15, 2014. The report describes activities of the VSPC during 2013, summarizes the committee’s accomplishments last year, and provides an update on the status of all currently identified grid reliability issues. Read More »

Presentations on EAN and Solar Siting Task Force highlight Oct meeting

At its October quarterly meeting, the VSPC heard presentations on two efforts to address energy transformation in Vermont from different angles. Andrea Colnes, Executive Director of the Vermont Energy Action Network, briefed the group on the focus and activities of EAN. She highlighted the various ways EAN is … Read More »

VT Comprehensive Energy Plan draft available

The Public Service Department (PSD) is currently soliciting public input on an update of the Vermont Comprehensive Energy Plan (CEP) and Electric Plan, which must be finalized by the end of 2015. The Comprehensive Energy Plan is required by 30 V.S.A. § 202b and the Vermont Electric … Read More »

PSB appoints supply resources representative to VSPC

The Vermont Public Service Board is soliciting letters of interest to identify a primary member and an alternate to serve in a new seat on the Vermont System Planning Committee (VSPC). The new seat will represent the interests of “electric supply resources” in the VSPC’s Supply & Demand Resources Sector. The closing date for submitting letters of interest is February 21, 2014. Read More »

Study considers ways to meet VT energy goal

The Public Service Department is undertaking a Total Energy Study (TES) to identify the most promising policy and technology pathways to employ in order to reach Vermont’s energy and greenhouse gas goals. The TES is a multi-phased process, with the TES Final Report is expected to be released … Read More »