The New Yorker: Green Energy Makes Utility Companies Nervous

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June 30, 2015

Utility companies have it easy in the business sector – their customers are automatic. So what will they do as more homes convert to solar and wind energy?

Bill McKibben of The New Yorker profiles Vermont utility company Green Mountain Power, which provided a working-class family of four with an energy-efficiency retrofit.

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