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Vermont Bill May Make "Net-Metering" More Attractive

A bill has just passed the Vermont House that would provide greater financial incentives for net-metering.  Vermont's net-metering program lets residents and businesses generate their own power using grid-connected systems and, when necessary, tap into e
April 13, 2011

A bill has just passed the Vermont House that would provide greater financial incentives for net-metering.  Vermont's net-metering program lets residents and businesses generate their own power using grid-connected systems and, when necessary, tap into electricity from the local utility, Vermont Electric Cooperative. When excess power is produced, residents can send it back into the regional power grid and obtain a credit on future electric bills.  Seven Days has the story.

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