Have a Say in Vermont’s Electricity Future, September 26 & 27

Are you interested in weighing in on where Vermont’s electricity comes from? The Public Service Department is currently reviewing the policies and programs related to renewable electricity to determine what changes are necessary to achieve state energy and climate goals. They’ve teamed up with Vermont’s Regional Planning Commissions to ensure your voice is heard as these critical energy policies are updated. 

Together, we want to hear from Vermonters about:

  1. What are your priorities when thinking about where Vermont’s communities get their electricity?
  2. How can our policies and programs better support those goals?

Windham Regional Commission will be hosting two opportunities to engage in conversations around these topics. Your input will directly inform recommendations the Department will be making to Vermont’s policymakers in advance of the next legislative sessions. 

Listening Session in Rockingham:
Tuesday, September 26 at 5:00PM
Rockingham Free Public Library
65 Westminster Street
Bellows Falls, VT

Listening Session in Wilmington:
(hosted in collaboration with Bennington County Regional Commission)
​Wednesday, September 27 at 5:00PM
Wilmington Town Office
2 East Main Street
Wilmington, VT

Information sheet:  PDF.

Curious how your feedback will be used? Check out the Department’s website to learn more about this effort and stay in the loop: https://publicservice.vermont.gov/renewables 


Last Updated: 15 September 2023
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