copyright the Chronicle November 4, 2015
by Joseph Gresser
NEWPORT — Elizabeth Gamache, the new head of Efficiency Vermont, is no stranger to the Northeast Kingdom. As manager for corporate services at the Vermont Electric Cooperative, for years she was the spokesman for the area’s predominant power supplier.
In her new role, as director of a regulated electric utility, Ms. Gamache has been touring the state to explain her organization’s mandate and to offer its services to businesses, municipalities, and individuals.
On October 19, Ms. Gamache took a few moments away from her tour of Newport businesses to talk about the work done by Efficiency Vermont and what it offers Vermonters aside from lower prices on LED and compact fluorescent light bulbs.
She even had news about that program. When Efficiency Vermont first started… To read the rest of this article, and all the Chronicle‘s stories, subscribe:
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