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STATE OF CONNECTICUT BY HIS EXCELLENCY NED LAMONT EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 21-3

WHEREAS, there is overwhelming and incontrovertible evidence that man-made greenhouse gas emissions are causing climate change, and that according to the Long Island Sound Study and the

02/02/22
                                                               

CATALYST POWER LAUNCHES CLEANER ENERGY SERVICES FOR CONNECTICUT COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL BUSINESSES

Catalyst Power Holdings LLC (“Catalyst Power”), an integrated provider of cleaner energy solutions for the commercial and industrial sector, is launching diversified power services in Connecticut. Catalyst Power provides a range of cleaner energy solutions to Connecticut businesses, including custom-priced energy service, Connected Microgrids, and other onsite solar projects that allow companies to reduce energy costs, monetize their roof, meet sustainability goals, and ensure energy resilience. The launch coincides with the beginning of the Connecticut Non-Residential Renewable Energy Solutions Program, which creates the opportunity for businesses to install solar onsite at no cost and collect monthly payments.

01/13/22
                                                               

DEEP and City of Meriden Announce Food Scrap Co-Collection Pilot Program For 1,000 Households

The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) and the City of Meriden announced today the launch of “Making Meriden Green,” a first-of-its-kind municipal food scrap co-collection pilot program that will demonstrate how waste diversion and reduction solutions can help to address the statewide waste disposal crisis.

01/05/22
                                                               

Buoyed by federal funding, Connecticut makes big investments in transportation and climate projects

The state bond commission on Tuesday approved nearly $840 million to fund transportation system upgrades, including highways, bridges and train stations. It also approved $124 million for downtown redevelopment projects, job creating grants and minority business loan programs.

12/21/21
                                                               

Governor Lamont, Congressman Courtney, and Mayor Passero Applaud Final Approval To Proceed in State Pier Redevelopment Project

Governor Ned Lamont, Congressman Joe Courtney, and Mayor Michael Passero today are applauding the Connecticut Port Authority Board of Directors for issuing a notice to proceed to its construction manager to begin permitted dredging activities as part of the State Pier Improvement Project in New London.

12/21/21
                                                               

Governor Lamont Signs Executive Order Directing Connecticut State Agencies To Implement Actions That Reduce Carbon Emissions and Adapt to Climate Crisis

Governor Ned Lamont today announced that he has signed an executive order (Executive Order No. 21-3) directing Connecticut executive branch state agencies to take significant actions within their authority to reduce carbon emissions and prepare for the impacts of the climate crisis.

12/16/21
                                                               

AN ACT CONCERNING ENERGY STORAGE.

To (1) create solar energy storage goals, (2) increase the virtual net metering cap, (3) permit ownership of solar power generation facilities by electric distribution companies, and (4) direct the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority to investigate solar energy development programs.

09/28/21
                                                               

West Hartford is First Connecticut Town to Commit to 100% Clean Energy

On June 22, 2021, West Hartford adopted a new Comprehensive Energy Plan and joined 14 counties, nine states, Washington D.C., Puerto Rico, and more than 180 communities across the United States in committing to 100% clean energy. West Hartford raised that sail of intention and became the first – and thus far- the only community in Connecticut to make such a commitment.

09/12/21
                                                               

Connecticut details incentives, equity goals for energy storage program

  • Connecticut announced Wednesday that it will offer incentives for residential and business customers to purchase and install energy storage systems as part of an Equitable Modern Grid initiative.
07/29/21
                                                               

Hamden, Connecticut, Plans Microgrids to Help Meet Energy Goals

Hamden, Connecticut’s city council approved an energy plan that calls for building microgrids, shifting to renewable energy and slashing overall energy use.

07/21/21