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Connecticut Renewable Energy

Almost half of the electricity produced in Connecticut comes from the Millstone Nuclear Power Plant. This plant has 0 carbon emissions, and produces enough electricity to power 2 million homes. Natural gas accounts for most of the rest of Connecticut’s electricity generation. However, Connecticut also produces small amounts of electricity from biomass, solar, hydroelectric, and coal-fired power plants.

01/24/20
                                                               

Renewable Energy

The term renewable energy generally refers to electricity supplied from renewable energy sources such as wind and solar power, geothermal, hydropower, and various forms of biomass. These energy sources are considered renewable sources because they are continuously replenished on Earth.

01/24/20
                                                               

Energize Connecticut

The Energize Connecticut initiative helps you save energy in your Connecticut home or business with rebates, financing and services for energy efficiency and clean energy improvements. Use Connecticut’s Official Rate Board to compare generation supplier rates that may lower electricity costs.a

01/24/20
                                                               

CT Climate Change

A longtime leader on climate change, Connecticut strives to develop and support forward-thinking climate-related policies and legislation, as well as participate in groundbreaking regional initiatives. Addressing climate change in a meaningful way presents residents, businesses, non-profits, and municipalities the opportunity to create, evolve, and maintain a sustainable environment, a robust economy, and a higher quality of life for current and future generations.

01/24/20
                                                               

Renewable Energy

Renewable energy is a form of clean energy that is provided by natural sources that continuously replenish themselves. Our Energy 101: Renewable Energy pages give an overview of Class I renewable energy sources as updated in Connecticut Public Act 13-303, including: solar power, wind power, geothermal systems, anaerobic digestion, ocean thermal power, wave or tidal power, hydropower, and biomass.

01/24/20
                                                               

Southeastern Connecticut Regional Resilience Guidebook

The communities in Southeastern Connecticut already exhibit strong regional action in some arenas and have a number of institutional bodies in place to facilitate a regional approach to planning. The Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments (SCCOG) along with its sister organization the Southeastern Connecticut Enterprise Region (SeCTer) help coordinate much of the planning on a regional scale.

05/31/19