Green Mountain Power customers will be especially happy to see the sun shine in Berlin, Vermont, where the Company will build the largest solar array in Northern New England. At 200 kilowatts, the new array will be the largest project in Vermont when it is built this summer.”Building a large solar generator is an important step towards reaching our vision of supplying customers with power that has low carbon emissions, low cost and high reliability,” said Mary Powell, president and chief executive officer of Green Mountain Power. “Solar power is extremely low in emissions, and perhaps best of all, with the help of declining solar costs, grants and tax credits, this project will be cost effective for our customers.”The solar generator will be located on Green Mountain Power property west of Montpelier on a site that is ideal for a solar installation, with open space and good sun.Using a competitive bid process, Green Mountain Power has chosen Alteris Renewables (formerly SolarWorks and Solar Wrights) of Montpelier, Vermont, to build the plant. “We very consciously bid the project among Vermont companies so this project would support our green economy and create jobs here at home,” said Ms. PowellThe permitting process has begun and the project is expected to be completed this summer. “This solar plant will be an important milestone for Vermont in terms of realizing cost-effective, utility scale solar generation,” said Leigh Seddon, vice president of Alteris Renewables.The Berlin project will be Green Mountain Power’s third solar installation. The Company recently installed a 58-kilowatt solar power system at GMP’s Westminster, Vermont, service center, which supplies 80 percent of that facility’s electricity needs. It also has four-kilowatt solar panels at its Colchester headquarters, which provide enough electricity to power its two plug-in hybrid vehicles.Green Mountain Power will develop a website with generation data about the plant, which will be accessible to the public and particularly useful to school groups who study renewable energy and choose to tour the site.”In Vermont, we are always happy to see the sun shine,” said Ms. Powell. “This gives us one more reason to rejoice on a sunny day.”About Green Mountain PowerGreen Mountain Power (www.greenmountainpower.com(link is external)) transmits, distributes and sells electricity and utility construction services in the State of Vermont in a service territory with approximately one quarter of Vermont’s population. It serves more than 200,000 people and businesses.About Alteris RenewablesFormed when SolarWrights, Inc, and Solar Works, Inc joined forces in October of 2008, Alteris Renewables is a full service renewable energy systems integrator and project developer. The company provides solar electric (photovoltaic), solar thermal, and wind energy solutions for commercial, residential, education, municipal and institutional clients. The company has industry leading expertise in engineering, design, project management, performance analysis, project financing and renewable energy credit programs. For more information, please visit www.alterisinc.com(link is external).COLCHESTER, VT–(Marketwire – April 06, 2009) -Highlighted LinksGreen Mountain PowerAlteris Renewables
Australia registered their sixth consecutive ODI win.Pakistan has not won a series against Australia since 2002.Australia won a series in India after 10 years. Finch reached his third consecutive fifty-plus score but Imad Wasim removed Marcus Stoinis (10) as Pakistan looked to fight back. Glenn Maxwell made a slow start but Finch’s quest of becoming the first Australian player to hit three consecutive fifties ended when Yasir Shah got his wicket for 90. However, Pakistan did not do themselves any favours when Wasim spilled a simple chance off Maxwell on 28 in the 44th over.Maxwell proceeded to smashed boundaries at will and his fifty, combined with Alex Carey’s cameo boosted Australia to 266/6. Finch’s side had scored 64 runs in the last six overs and Pakistan was under pressure. Imam-ul-Haq started briskly with three boundaries but Shan Masood fell to Pat Cummins for 2. Cummins, who had taken a break for the first two ODIs, continued to cause havoc by getting rid of Haris Sohail for 1. After a short rain delay, Cummins struck again by removing Mohammad Rizwan for 0.However, Imam looked in good touch and along with Shoaib Malik tried to rebuild the innings. The partnership went past fifty but Maxwell, who had earlier hurt Pakistan with the bat, trapped Imam LBW for 46. When Nathan Lyon sent back Shoaib Malik for 31, the game was up for Pakistan.Umar Akmal and Imad wasim scored briskly but they were only delaying the inevitable. Jason Behrendorff ended the sold stand by getting rid of Umar Akmal for 36 and Adam Zampa picked up four wickets in two overs to run through the lower order. His haul of 4/43 was the best by an Australian legspinner since Stuart MacGill in 2000.The win has boosted Australia’s morale heading into the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 while for Pakistan, they have suffered a downturn in their fortunes at the wrong time. New Delhi: Aaron Finch missed out on a chance to create a new record for an Australian batsman but his 90, combined with Glenn Maxwell’s 71 and brilliant hauls from Pat Cummins and Adam Zampa helped Australia prolong Pakistan’s agony in ODIs as they won their sixth consecutive ODI and take an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series. The 80-run win in Abu Dhabi resulted in Pakistan’s jinx against Australia in ODIs getting extended, having not won a bilateral ODI series against the five-time world champions since 2002. For Australia, their redemption has well and truly begun and they will be heading into the World Cup as firm favourites.Australia chose to bat but suffered an immediate jolt when Usman Shinwari snapped up Usman Khawaja for 0. Shaun Marsh struck some quick boundaries but when he fell for 14 off nine balls, Australia had stuttered to 20/2. However, Peter Handscomb joined Aaron Finch and the dup proceeded to restore the advantage for Australia. Handscomb was the aggressor as he smashed four boundaries in one over bowled by teenager Mohammad Hasnain. Finch and Handscomb regularly rotated the strike and shared a 84-run stand but the stand was broken when Haris Sohail breached Handscomb’s defences to fall for 47. highlights For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.