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Vermont Coops Spurn Potential Transmission Control Shift to Green Mountain Power

In light of a possible merger of Vermont's two largest utilities to form new entity Green Mountain Power, Vermont municipals and coops are debating who will control the state's transmission utility, Vermont Electric Power Company (VELCO).  Through petiti
January 24, 2012

In light of a possible merger of Vermont's two largest utilities to form new entity Green Mountain Power, Vermont municipals and coops are debating who will control the state's transmission utility, Vermont Electric Power Company (VELCO).  Through petitions before the Vermont Public Service Board, both municipals and coops are urging the Board to prevent Green Mountain Power from controlling up to 80 percent of the state's transmissions lines, a move that may oust smaller entities from representation on the VELCO board.  Read more here.

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