Green Mountain Power
Green Mountain Power
green mountain power: We have the vision to use energy as a force for good that improves lives and transforms communities. We’re 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.
Green Mountain Power (GMP) serves approximately 265,000 residential and business customers in Vermont and is partnering with Vermonters 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 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. In 2014, Vote Solar named GMP a Solar Champion.
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Terms & Conditions
- For GMP customers only
- For new electric mowers only
- E-mower must be at least 36-volt
- Must be purchased at a retailer in Vermont
- Proof of purchase required for rebate
- Purchase must be made on or after September 12, 2019
- GMP may modify or stop this offer at any time
- GMP may ask for a W9 if you’ve received at least $600 in GMP product rebates
Let’s start with the supply of electrons themselves. Unlike the rest of the New England states, Vermont never opted to restructure its power markets, so the utility is still responsible for generation and electricity supply (vs. being a wires and poles company solely responsible for delivery of electricity). Less than a decade ago, GMP’s supply portfolio was roughly composed of 35% of imported hydropower from Hydro-Quebec and 40% from Vermont Yankee. Powell says customers wanted something different, with more diversity, locally sourced, and with continued low carbon emissions.
We’ve radically transitioned the company from a cultural perspective, and came up with a vision for Vermonters back in 2008 around low carbon, low cost, reliable power and ramping down dependence on large base load resources. That’s what our customers wanted.
The company now provides customers with energy that is over 60% renewable, including hydro, wind and solar and is moving into customer-sited distributed resources such as on-premise solar and storage. GMP is also focused on local hydro resources. After its most recent purchase of 12 hydro plants last August, the company now owns 44 hydro plants, with the vast majority of that in-state.
How many customers does Green Mountain Power have?
About Green Mountain, Power Green Mountain Power (GMP) serves approximately 265,000 residential and business customers in Vermont and is partnering with customers to improve lives and transform communities.
Is Green Mountain Power publicly traded?
Shareholders of Green Mountain Power will receive $35.00 per share in cash or approximately $187 million in the aggregate. Green Mountain is a fully-integrated electric utility serving 90,000 customers in Vermont with 195 employees. The Company is publicly traded and is Vermont’s second-largest electric utility.
Who owns Green Mountain Power?
green mountain power outage
GMP has to take an outage starting at midnight so crews can safely repair a substation in North Ferrisburgh. They expect work will be completed by 2 am. About 2,000 customers in North Ferrisburgh, Ferrisburgh, Monkton and parts of Charlotte and Starksboro will be affected. The area runs from around Mt. Philo State Park and Town Line Road in Charlotte, along Route 7 south to the Middlebrook/Shellhouse Mountain Rd area in Ferrisburgh – and east into Monkton in the Prison Hollow Road area to Route 116 and the Big Hollow Rd area in Starksboro.
green mountain power phone number
163 Acorn Lane Colchester, VT 05446 United States
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A new GMP rebate helps you save $50 when you buy a new electric mower. Switching to electric mowing is a simple step you can take to reduce your own carbon footprint, and our new rebate makes it easier.
Did you know that regular fuel-powered mowers and trimmers don’t have to meet the same emissions standards cars do? The EPA estimates that lawn and garden equipment running on fossil fuels produce about nearly 23 million tons of carbon emissions every year in the US!
So, if you are interested in carbon reductions and savings, why not make the switch? There are lots of options for electric mowers and the new rebate from GMP lets you choose which one works for you. As part of the program, you need to buy from a Vermont retailer, have it be at least 36 volts, and be a GMP customer. E-mowers must be purchased on or after 9/12/19, and GMP can modify this offer at any time.