Green Mountain Power

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    Green Mountain Power (GMP) serves approximately 265,000 residential and business customers in Vermont and has a vision to be the best small company in America by empowering customers to save money and move to clean energy sources. GMP recognizes the role of electric utilities is changing and is focused on a new way of doing business to meet the needs of customers with integrated services, while continuing to generate clean, cost-effective and reliable power in Vermont. In 2014, Vote Solar named GMP a Solar Champion.
    HQColchester, US
    Employee Ratings3.5

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    Employees (est.) (Sept 2020)255
    Cybersecurity ratingAMore

    Key People/Management at Green Mountain Power

    Mike Burke

    Mike Burke

    Chief Field Operations Executive
    Doug Smith

    Doug Smith

    Chief Power Supply Executive
    Mark Dincecco

    Mark Dincecco

    Chief Technology Executive
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    Green Mountain Power Office Locations

    Green Mountain Power has offices in Colchester and Rutland
    Colchester, US (HQ)
    163 Acorn Ln
    Rutland, US
    2152 Post Rd
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    Green Mountain Power News and Updates

    Green Mountain Power Offers $10,000 Rebate On Nissan LEAF

    Green Mountain Power in Vermont is offering customers a $10,000 rebate on a new Nissan LEAF in an effort to get more people to switch to emissions free driving. Green Mountain Power Offers $10,000 Rebate On Nissan LEAF was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, joi…

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    GMP’s Energy Supply is 94% Carbon Free and More Than 63% Renewable

    Clean, cost-effective, reliable energy Our energy supply is 94% carbon free and more than 63% renewable. We work hard to provide customers with clean, cost-effective reliable power. Most of our supply is hydro power, both from small local hydro facilities in Vermont and large facilities in Quebec. G…

    2020 Zetterstrom Award

    Know an environmental hero? Nominate them! Vermont is filled with people and organizations working to protect and improve our environment. We share that passion – so we present the annual GMP-Zetterstrom Environmental Award to recognize others who epitomize the dedication and perseverance exhibited …

    New Electric Vehicle Charging Rates Proposed

    GMP wants to make the switch to driving an electric vehicle easier, so we’ve proposed two new rates to help you charge up and save. The Vermont Public Utility Commission (PUC) is reviewing the plans which would allow EV drivers to select an electric vehicle charging rate, or a time of use rate for e…

    Driving an EV cuts carbon, and can save you money. Just ask Harold!

    Harold Eastman loves his electric vehicle so much, he’ll let anyone test drive his Chevy Bolt. He’s over 90, but not slowing down! You’ll find him zipping around Colchester, and he’s happy to tell you about how much he’s saving on gas and how he got a free home charger from GMP! More than 3,600 […] …

    Public Hearing on Energy Storage and BYOD Tariffs

    GMP recently proposed two new energy storage programs for our customers that will allow you to install energy storage devices (batteries) at home, providing increased reliability during outages, and reduced costs for all GMP customers.  The first program allows customers to lease from GMP and instal…

    Extra Rebates for Climate Week!

    GMP helps you cut your carbon footprint and save money while reducing costs for all customers. Buy your new EV, electric bike, heat pump or electric mower during climate week (9/20-9/27) and get extra savings! When you switch to electric heating, driving and mowing, you’re reducing your carbon footp…
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    Green Mountain Power Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Green Mountain Power founded?

      Green Mountain Power was founded in 1893.

    • Who are Green Mountain Power key executives?

      Green Mountain Power's key executives are Mike Burke, Doug Smith and Mark Dincecco.

    • How many employees does Green Mountain Power have?

      Green Mountain Power has 255 employees.

    • Who are Green Mountain Power competitors?

      Competitors of Green Mountain Power include Clou Electronics, Motion Laboratories and ndb Technologies.

    • Where is Green Mountain Power headquarters?

      Green Mountain Power headquarters is located at 163 Acorn Ln, Colchester.

    • Where are Green Mountain Power offices?

      Green Mountain Power has offices in Colchester and Rutland.

    • How many offices does Green Mountain Power have?

      Green Mountain Power has 2 offices.