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In the Field: Solar Policy in Vermont

January 05, 2015 by Alexis Powers, Erin Nobler, John De La Rosa, Sherry Stout

This STAT Chat podcast features Andrew Perchlik, director of the Vermont Department of Public Service Clean Energy Development Fund, discussing the current renewable energy policy climate in Vermont.

Find out what factors played into Vermont's decision to increase its net metering cap, how the state's lack of renewable portfolio standard affects policy decisions for solar development, and what prompted the creation of the country’s first 100% solar-powered micro-grid on a repurposed landfill.

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Tags: Podcasts Utilities Policy Policy - Net Energy Metering