Solar Power

Vt. poised to become energy research leader (WCAX)

December 12, 2011

By Judy Simpson A new partnership between the Stet of Vermont, Green Mountain Power, UVM, and a National Laboratory will put Vermont in the forefront of Smart Grid technology. Green Mountain Power is in the beginning process of converting power meters to digital, so-called smart meters.  The goal is to create a smart grid which […]

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Sanders and Sandia Announce New $15 Million Energy Lab at University of Vermont (7 Days)

By Ken Picard By the summer of 2013, Vermont will be the first state in the nation to have near-universal electrical smart-grid coverage — and Sandia National Laboratories is setting up shop at the University of Vermont to make it all happen. That was Sen. Bernie Sanders’ announcement at a press conference in his Burlington […]

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The Future is Bright (Lyndon State College Critic)

December 8, 2011

By Sarah Aube Sustainability students and professors are hoping that it will be always sunny in Lyndonville, not just in Philadelphia. After more than a year of working on financing and planning, students and professors have installed a solar system near the alumni house that will produce 5000 watts of AC power when the sun […]

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