About VSPC

The VSPC provides
transparency, public
involvement and
collaboration to
grid planning.

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Calendar

All materials associated
with the quarterly meetings
are available here.

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Subcommittees

All materials for VSPC
Subcommittees and
Working Groups are
available here.

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Library

Reports, correspondence
and filing related to
the VSPC process are
posted here.

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About VSPC

The VSPC provides
transparency, public
involvement and
collaboration to
grid planning.

Learn more
Calendar

All materials associated
with the quarterly meetings
are available here.

Learn more
Subcommittees

All materials for VSPC
Subcommittees and
Working Groups are
available here.

Learn more
Library

Reports, correspondence
and filing related to
the VSPC process are
posted here.

Learn more

Calendar

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VSPC Geographic Targeting Subcommittee Meeting

A meeting of the VSPC Geographic Targeting Subcommittee will be held on June 21, 2024 from 9:00am to 11:00am. The purpose of the meeting is to hold the annual project review and have each utility discuss their capital projects for the coming year to determine whether any reliability plans may be needed. The results of the process will be included in the VSPC geographic targeting recommendations to be filed in October. 

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VSPC Coordinating Subcommittee Call

A virtual meeting of the VSPC Coordinating Subcommittee is scheduled on Tuesday, June 25 from 2:00pm – 2:30pm. The purpose of the meeting is to set the agenda for the July VSPC quarterly meeting. 

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Flexible Load Management Working Group Meeting

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VSPC July 2024 Quarterly Meeting

Meeting Location: Trapp Family Lodge, 700 Trapp Hill Road, Stowe

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VSPC October 2024 Quarterly Meeting

Meeting Location: TBD

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VPSC planning for the future

Planning for the Future of Vermont's Electrical Grid

The VSPC plays a key role in the planning process for Vermont’s electric transmission system. This planning process is designed to facilitate the full, fair, and timely consideration of cost effective non-transmission alternatives. The process involves coordination among Vermont’s utilities, transparency to the public about planning activities, and opportunities for public involvement. 

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VSPC Membership

VSPC Membership

Membership of the VSPC includes representatives of each Vermont electric distribution utility and transmission utility, each energy efficiency utility, and four public members, each of whom represents the interest of one of the following groups: residential consumers, commercial and industrial consumers, environmental protection, and town and regional planning commissions. 

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