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The Vermont Transco eEnergy Project is a collaboration of 11 publicly owned and investor-owned utilities in Vermont, as well as the statewide energy efficiency utility, Efficiency Vermont. The project deployed advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), including 305,464 smart meters across the state, and provides two-way communication between customers and the utilities. The project also installed automated voltage regulators and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) equipment at selected substations. The scope of work included assessment of time-of-use and peak-time rebate programs through statistically rigorous consumer behavior studies that involved consumer web portals and in-home displays. Although all project equipment has been deployed, data gathering and analysis from the studies is ongoing.

Contact Information

Allen Stamp
Project Manager
Vermont Transco

Recipient Team Project Web Site:

Recipient: Vermont Transco, LLC
HQ State: Vermont
Total Budget: $137,767,170
Federal Share: $68,883,585
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Targeted Benefits:
  • Reduced Electricity Costs for Customers
  • Reduced Meter Reading Costs
  • Reduced Operating and Maintenance Costs
  • Reduced Costs from Equipment Failures and Theft
  • Deferred investment in Distribution Capacity Expansion
  • Reduced Greenhouse Gas and Criteria Pollutant Emissions

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