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Burlington Electric Department GM details utility role tied to Net Zero Energy Roadmap

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News Director American Public Power Association

I am currently the news director for the American Public Power Association, a major trade association located in the Washington, DC, area that represents more than 2,000 community-owned electric...

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In the latest episode of APPA’s Public Power Now, Darren Springer, General Manager of Burlington Electric Department, details the Vermont utility’s role in implementing Burlington’s Net Zero Energy Roadmap and the steps that Burlington Electric has taken to avoid rate increases for its customers.

 

 

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Matt Chester on May 13, 2021

Vermont in general has been a great leader in these efforts, thanks for shining a light on the great work being done by the utility sector in the state!

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