This Vermont utility is revolutionizing its power grid to fight climate change. Will the rest of the country follow suit?

Read the full story in Time.

The rural town of Panton, Vt., is home to GMP’s newest effort to remake the electric system: a “microgrid” attached to a solar power plant, which can distribute its electricity to parts of the nearby community in case they get cut off from the main energy network due to falling trees or heavy snows, common occurrences in this isolated New England town.

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