A dramatic political shift against wind energy in Vermont threatens to derail the last remaining wind project under development in the state.
The backers of a two-turbine test project say they were blindsided by a recent decision to reopen terms of four-year-old contract.
The developer of the offshore wind demonstration will use bird-safe lighting and seasonal curtailment, among other methods.
The director of electric power at sustainability nonprofit Ceres writes that, despite the president’s efforts to prop up coal, a market-driven clean energy transition is well underway.
It’s unclear whether a powerful lawmaker will yet seize on a new state study to try to cement a statewide wind moratorium — in part because the analysis isn’t public, and just one civilian has been authorized to see its results.