Both speakers aim at putting some of the recent controversies about Vermont energy in an informative perspective.
- I am going to speak about ISO-NE (Independent Systems Operator for the New England grid). To make good energy choices, people need to know where their electricity comes from, and how it is dispatched and priced.
- Bob Hargraves will inform people about the history of the Vermont Yankee plant.
You can read short biographies of us at the Coalition for Energy Solutions website.
I have been pretty busy preparing for this talk, but you can expect some good blog posts after the meeting. I also plan to post links to the talks at the Energy Education Project web site.
The formal mission statement of the Energy Education Project is:
The Energy Education Project helps people in Vermont understand their energy options in terms of cost, reliability, environmental impact and government support.
The informal mission statement is: Energy Information for Vermont...without the hot air!
And yes, there's a tip of the hat to David MacKay's book on Sustainable Energy in the informal statement.
Hope some of you can come this evening!
And if you can't come, please go to the Energy Education Project website, click on the PayPal button and join. We're trying to get a rational message out there, while many irrational things are being said by well-funded opponent organizations. Membership is the Energy Education Project is $30 per year, and tax-deductible. Join now! If you can't join, please consider donating a smaller amount. Thank you!
Here's a link to my post about the project that was in the ANS blog. It gathered some nice comments.
See ya later! Maybe tonight!