Wednesday Evening Event Is a Great Opportunity to Learn More About GMP & Ask Questions
11 July 2019
COLCHESTER, Vt. – Green Mountain Power (GMP) is inviting customers to a bi-annual public meeting on Wednesday evening, July 17 at GMP’s district office in Putney. It is a chance to meet with the GMP team, including lineworkers, and ask questions on any topic including operations, the new multi-year regulation plan, proposed base rate, storm response, innovative programs and financial incentives available for both business and residential customers to help cut carbon and costs. There will be food provided.
As part of the multi-year regulation plan, GMP proposed having bi-annual public meetings with customers – one in the southern part of the state, and one in the northern part of the state. A northern Vermont Open House will be scheduled for early next year.
Open House Details
What: GMP Open House
Where: GMP District Office, 1308 Westminster Heights Road, Putney
When: Wednesday, July 17, 5:30-7:00PM
GMP will also livestream the meeting on GMP’s Facebook page for customers who can’t make it. More info and the full regulation plan filing can be found at Regulation Plan or Public Utility Commission.
You can file comments on the proposed base rate change with the Commission in Docket 19-1932-TF or by writing to: Clerk of the Commission, Public Utility Commission, 112 State Street, Montpelier, VT 05620-2701.
About Green Mountain Power
Green Mountain Power (GMP) serves approximately 265,000 residential and business customers in Vermont and is partnering with them to improve lives and transform communities. GMP is focused on a new way of doing business to meet the needs of customers with integrated energy services that help people use less energy and save money, while continuing to generate clean, cost-effective and reliable power in Vermont. GMP earned a spot on Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies in the World list three years in a row (2017, 2018, 2019). GMP is the first utility in the world to get a B Corp certification, meeting rigorous social, environmental, accountability and transparency standards and committing to use business as a force for good. J.D. Power’s 2018 rankings put GMP among top utilities for customer satisfaction.
Kristin Kelly, Green Mountain Power