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Scott expected to veto major renewable energy bill

May 22, 2024 8:00 AM | Anonymous

A battle over clean energy and where Vermonters get their power is expected to come to a head later this week. A bill requiring utilities to source power from all renewable sources by 2035 faces a veto threat from Governor Phil Scott over affordability.

The Renewable Energy Standard would require the state‚Äôs larger utilities to source 100% of their power from hydro, wind, and solar by 2030. Smaller utilities would have until 2035. It would require the state of Vermont to ramp up in-state production of renewable energy.

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