Vermont Welcome Center is OFF THE GRID


While the opponents question the viability of power derived from private installations, Vermont Department of Public Service not only commissioned a study called “Estimating the Hypothetical Wind Power Potential on Public Lands in Vermont” in order to define baseline data on the wind energy potential on public land, back in 2003, but also demostrated the use in the Welcome Center in Alburgh which is totally powered by a wind turbine.

It is another manifestation that, it is now possible to live off the grid.


Through this demostration Vermont Department of Public Service goes beyond adding value to public lands and proves that wind power can be effectively used for single homes to live off the grid.

For the study:

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