But the state’s two biggest utilities– Central Vermont Public Service and Green Mountain Power– have refused to deal with a company that does not have legislative support.

“Refused to deal with a company that doesn’t have legislative support.” These businesses are betting that VY isn’t going to be  re-authorized and they are not going to take a chance entering into a contract that could leave them paying for electricity that they won’t be able to get because the legislature won’t allow it to be produced.

I remain unconvinced that equivalent prices will be found elsewhere, or that we will be able to make up for it with “green” energy.

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