Sunday, September 7, 2014

What happened to that national high voltage transmission system?
Clean Line, others still pioneering lines for remote renewables

Therriens appeal value of property next to wind farm

Friday, July 25, 2014

Conservancy: USFWS guilty of violating Bald Eagle Act
Obama administration to let wind developers kill protected wildlife for decades for economic purposes 

Wind and solar power are even more expensive than is commonly thought

Friday, June 27, 2014

Obama admin approves first eagle-kill permit for wind farm

How’s that for irony: Well-funded lobbyists ‘taking on big money in politics’

Energy issues matter to Vermonters, two polls show

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Spanish wind company Iberdrola pulls out of Newfound area project

Negotiators agree on NH wind farm criteria and divestiture

Windham Wind Developers Report Preliminary Findings

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Seneca Mtn wind project in #NEK #VT on hold because of transmission grid constraints, upgrades would cost developer $86m. #VPRNews
American Bird Conservancy to Take Legal Action Over FWS 30-Year Eagle Kill Rule
Ben Luce: Vermont’s REC shell game

Monday, March 10, 2014

Monday, February 3, 2014

STATE PRISON: Turbine plan fans health issue
Local officials, doctor discuss wind facility

Kingdom Community Wind successfully meets state sound levels

Thursday, January 30, 2014

ANR Appellees' brief with regards to Supreme Court Docket 2013-372, (SMW MET tower case) Part 1

ANR Appellees' brief with regards to Supreme Court Docket 2013-372, (SMW MET tower case) Part 2
Orders and Memos (Docket 8167)

Subject: Investigation into the potential establishment of standards related to sound levels from the operation of generation, transmission and distribution equipment by entities subject to Public Service Board jurisdiction.

Comments:Interested entities and individuals are invited to file written comments on the proposed scope of issues no later than March 3, 2014. After reviewing any such comments, we will issue a final scoping order and establish a schedule of workshops to examine the issues that are ultimately included within the scope of this investigation. Workshops will be designed to address discrete topics drawn from the final list of issues. We ask the participants to comment on whether one of the workshops should be dedicated to hearing from individuals who live near existing energy projects and wish to describe their experiences, concerns, and recommendations. For purposes of facilitating communication by and among the participants in this proceeding, the Board is establishing an e-mail service list.

Any interested person may contact the Clerk of the Board at
to request to be added to this list.

Monday, January 27, 2014

Wind turbines become insufferable neighbors for some
Regulators look to establish clearer guidance for developers, neighbors about expectations for wind projects

Saturday, January 18, 2014

Thursday, January 2, 2014

Investigation Into the Potential Establishment of Sound Standards (Docket 8167)