Green Mountain Power Renewable Energy Rate Revised

first_imgGREEN MOUNTAIN POWER RENEWABLE ENERGY RATE REVISEDTO SUPPORT VERMONT PROJECTs COLCHESTER, VT… (November 30, 2007) The Vermont Public Service Board today approved revisions to Green Mountain Power’s renewable energy rate, called GreenerGMP. The revisions allow Green Mountain Power to use all the proceeds from the customers purchasing energy under GreenerGMP to purchase Vermont renewable energy projects as they become available, rather than renewable resources elsewhere in New England. “We already have more than 500 customers participating in GreenerGMP, and we believe these changes will make our renewable energy program more attractive to more of our customers,” said Mary Powell, senior vice president and chief operating officer. “We believe Vermonters prefer to support local projects and we are working on several fronts to be able to offer local renewable energy projects to our GreenerGMP customers.” In addition to targeting Vermont projects, revisions to the program include simplifying the way the rate is calculated, which will make the program easier to communicate, easier to understand and less costly to administer. Green Mountain Power worked closely with Renewable Energy Vermont in redesigning the program. Sam Swanson, Chair of the Board of Directors of Renewable Energy Vermont said, “We appreciate that Green Mountain Power’s revised program will help support the development of new renewable power in Vermont, an important industry in this state. In addition, we believe that the new program design may stabilize the renewable rate it charges customers over the long run by encouraging long term renewable energy purchase commitments.” “We are grateful to all the help we received from Renewable Energy Vermont in thinking through ways to improve our program,” said Ms. Powell. “The expertise of our local renewable energy community is a wonderful resource and invaluable to us as we move forward.” Green Mountain Power (www.greenmountainpower.biz(link is external)) is an electric utility owned by Northern New England Energy Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gaz Métro, a leading Québec energy company with a long history of investment in Vermont. Green Mountain Power transmits, distributes and sells electricity and utility construction services in the State of Vermont in a service territory with approximately one quarter of Vermont’s population. It serves approximately 92,000 customers.-30-last_img read more

AC Milan reveals first Asian regional partner

first_img Marek Suchar: “As esports betting grows, we will no longer speak about it as one sport” June 18, 2020 Share Share LiveScore adds new leagues to streaming offering August 12, 2020 Submit HKJC closes OCBBs amid rising public health concerns July 13, 2020 StumbleUpon Related Articles Italian football giants AC Milan has announced a new sponsorship deal with Vwin, which marks the clubs first regional partner in Asia.The Philippine licensed Asian online betting firm has signed a multi year official partnership with the Serie A side, and are set to work with the club in Asian regions to launch customised marketing campaigns.It has also been detailed that this new link up will be developed “through multiple strategic tools in order to achieve important milestones together.”Lorenzo Giorgetti, Chief Commercial Officer of AC Milan, commented: “We are proud to welcome Vwin, [the] leader in the online betting industry in the Asian territory, in [to] AC Milan’s family of partners. Vwin is our first Regional Partner in Asia. “This agreement represents to our Club a first and important step in the development of our commercial strategy on this key market.”Vwin are to utilise the use of the iconic AC Milan brand and image, to leverage the firm’s presence amongst sport fans on the continent.The firm intends to promote its services and exposure opportunities on digital media, in addition to a variety of other activities for the dedicated Asian market.This follows a similar deal struck with AC Milan’s league rivals Juventus last year, which saw the firm become the Bianconeri’s official regional partner in Asia.Under the terms of that agreement, Vwin could use the Juventus brand and image to advertise its products within China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.A statement on behalf on Vwin said: “We are excited to collaborate with AC Milan, I am convinced this will be a successful partnership for both sides. We can’t wait to share the future that awaits us”.AC Milan currently sit 11th in Italy’s Serie A, 12 points off Lazio in fourth and and 23 points behind current leaders Napoli.last_img read more

Transfer News:Striker Richmond Boakye to wear No.99 jersey at Atalanta

first_imgRichmond Boakye-Yiadom will wear the ’99′ jersey for the entire duration of the 2014/15 season after Atalanta agreed to his choice of the hundred-minus-one figure.The Ghana international, who wore ’18′ at Juventus, Genoa and the Black Stars, did not request the same shirt number that he wore last season at Elche.At Elche and Sassuolo, he wore his favourite ’9′ shirt but, at last year’s World Youth Championship in Turkey, he wore the number ’20′ in the Black Satellitessquad.Ahead of next year’s African Cup of Nations in Morocco, the 21-year is already showing valuable promise after scoring four times in his debut game for theSerie A outfit last Sunday.last_img read more