Who would have guessed two years ago when prices were heading towards $4.00 a gallon that we’d now be looking at prices averaging just over $2.00?
Here is a summary of John Quinney’s recent testimony about the proposed carbon tax to the Vermont House Committee on Natural Resources and Energy in Montpelier.
Quite simply, a co-op is managed by its members and a co-op’s mission is to sustain and manage its business in the best social and economic interests of its members.
We believe that there has never been a better time to invest in efficiency improvements.
No energy or tax-related issue in recent memory seems more confusing than the Vermont legislature’s attempt to introduce a carbon tax.
Ultimately, if we’re going to power our lives, then the least we can do is take responsibility for it.