Vermont Gas will offer landowners with whom they’ve not yet reached an easement agreement the option of participating in a new, neutral third-party mediation process.
Renewable natural gas has been flowing into the Vermont Gas distribution system and homes and businesses in Franklin and Chittenden counties since last Friday, the company announced today.
Compressed natural gas (CNG) is now paving the streets in the center of Rutland, running the largest commercial laundry in the state, as well as heating the local hospital.
Vermont Gas will be hosting a booth at the Addison County Fair and Field Days from August 5th through August 9th and is encouraging local residents to stop by to learn more about the Addison Rutland Natural Gas Project.
Rutland development officials are asking Vermont Gas Systems to take a risk in speeding up development of the natural gas pipeline it plans to extend from Middlebury to Rutland. And the company appears willing to take that risk.
In a survey conducted by Vermont Business Magazine and published in its June 2014 issue, almost 80% of Vermonters indicated their support for the Addison Rutland Natural Gas Project, citing significant savings for homes and businesses, reduced environmental impact and economic development as the key reasons.
Vermont Gas Systems announced Monday it would step up efforts to bring their planned gas pipeline to Rutland.
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