The state of Vermont is seeking proposals for more than 12 megawatts (MW) of renewable energy projects under its Standard Offer Program. Small-scale biogas and biomass projects are among those eligible to apply.

Vermont’s Democratic Governor Peter Shumlin signed a bill into law 18 May 2012 that slightly increases the cap on the state’s Standard Offer Contract program.

Vermont Regulator Posts Economic Calculations
Only 5 MW Developed to Date

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First North American Jurisdiction with Small Wind Tariff

Major Milestone in North American Campaign for Feed-in Tariffs