Sheffield Planners Hear Details Of UPC Vermont Wind Project
SHEFFIELD -- UPC Vermont Wind brought out its big guns Thursday night to present the company's development plans to the Sheffield Planning Commission.
November 18, 2005
by JEANNE MILES, Staff Writer
in The Caledonian-Record (VT)
About 40 people listened as company president Paul Gaynor, vice president of environmental affairs Dave Cowan, and vice president of power sales Steve Vavrik gave details of their company and its plan to erect 20 398-foot commercial wind turbines between Hardscrabble Mountain, Granby Mountain and Libby Hill.
Six more turbines are slated for Sutton near Norris Mountain.
"We've been working on this project for years and have years to go," Gaynor told the group. "This is a major, complicated utility project."
Vavrik said the company plans to file for a certificate of public good from the Vermont Public Service Board in late December... [continue via Web link]