CUSTOMERCENTRIC ENERGY TRANSFORMATION

| December 20, 2018

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Green Mountain Power (GMP) has announced a new company vision as Vermont’s Energy Transformation Company and pursued a path of customer innovation to advance the transition to a low-carbon, affordable, reliable future energy system. In so doing, GMP aims to expand from its traditional vertically integrated investor-owned utility business model by offering more energy products and services to customers, building new revenue streams in the face of declining energy sales to keep rates affordable, and using distributed resources more efficiently to support a low-cost and highly renewable and resilient energy system.

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