Serving Mill Saves Vermonters $48 Million, Expedites Service to Rutland by 15 Years and Lowers Regional Emissions by Over 1 Million Tons
A recent opinion piece by Sandra Levine of the Conservation Law Foundation presents a cloudy picture of New England’s energy future and the role of North American natural gas.
While work continues on Vermont Gas’ 41-mile pipeline extension through Addison County, the company plans to use a ‘virtual pipeline’ to provide immediate service to three commercial customers in Middlebury.
Farmers, a hard-cider producer and Middlebury College will begin to receive natural gas service sooner than they had expected.
No project proposed or underway in Vermont has the economic and environmental benefits of the Addison Rutland Natural Gas Project; but it is a complex project and change is inevitable in a project of this scope. That’s why I want to provide a detailed update on our work to extend the benefits of cleaner, more affordable natural gas to more Vermonters.
As the largest community hospital in Vermont and the state’s second-largest medical institution, our mission at Rutland Regional Medical Center is to improve the health of the Rutland region and surrounding communities by providing appropriate, superior, integrated, preventative, diagnostic and therapeutic health services in a caring environment through the strength of our people, technology and relationships.
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.
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