The Planning & Development Committee will be holding a hearing on Wednesday, February 13th on House Bill 5889: An Act Requiring Planning and Zoning Commission Approval of Certain Solar Photovoltaic Facilities.
The Renewable Energy and Efficiency Business Association, Inc. (REEBA) www.reeba.org , in association with its non-profit affiliate the Renewable Energy Institute (REI), is pleased to introduce its Residential Solar Aggregation Program. The purpose of this program is to solicit and attract highly qualified residential solar photovoltaic (PV) providers to participate in a competitive RFP to […]
REEBA has been asked to present at the Energy & Technology Forum on Thursday, January 31st at 2:15pm in Room 2B of the Legislative Office Building. Click here for the agenda.
12.17.18: Update from Lamont’s Energy Policy Committee
Governor Malloy, in his state of the state address today, proposed a clean energy goal of 75% by 2030. Click here for a link to his address.
Click here to view DEEP’s 2017 Comprehensive Energy Strategy
By PATRICK SKAHILL • DEC 13, 2016 After pushback from environmental and consumer advocates, state regulators have decided to delay a decision canceling a clean energy program. The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority, or PURA, wanted to eliminate the Connecticut Clean Energy Options Program, or CCEO. That’s a program that allows electric customers to pay a […]
CT Mirror By: JAN ELLEN SPIEGEL | December 16, 2016 SPECTRA ENERGY A construction crew prepares to bend a section of 36-inch diameter pipe to follow the contours of the terrain in Cromwell as part of the expansion of the Algonquin natural gas pipeline. Connecticut’s Comprehensive Energy Strategy, enacted three years ago, set the state […]
Metro Hartford Alliance Newsroom EAST HARTFORD, Conn. – Nov. 29, 2016 – Connecticut is one of the top three states, including California and New York, leading the statewide use of hydrogen and fuel cells in the United States, according to the State of the States: Fuel Cells in America 2016 report issued by the U.S. […]