GMP, UVM talk Rutland research facilityThe Associated Press | November 26,2013BURLINGTON - Vermont's flagship university and the state's largest power company are joining forces to develop energy efficiency programs and seek ways to protect the environment.
UVM President Thomas Sullivan and Green Mountain Power CEO Mary Powell announced the details of the agreement on Tuesday at UVM.
Among the details released are plans to work with any public or private group that advances climate science and understanding how weather affects energy use.
UVM and GMP will also establish and maintain a research facility in Rutland to house the activities.
They will also develop internships and cooperative learning opportunities for UVM students interested in renewable energy and the energy industry.MORE IN This Just InHARTFORD — A local man was charged Wednesday with first-degree murder in the death of a 2-year-... Full StorySPRINGFIELD - Vermont State Police detectives are investigating the death of an inmate at the... Full Story
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