News Release | Environment Connecticut Research & Policy Center

Connecticut 10th in Solar Construction Per Capita

Solar is booming, and in 2014 Connecticut ranked 10th nationwide for solar power installed per person according to a new report released by Environment Connecticut Research & Policy Center.

News Release | Environment Connecticut

Carbon Pollution Limits are a Huge Step Forward on Climate Change

Power plants will pollute 32 percent less nationwide, and clean energy sources such as solar and wind will meet more of the Connecticut and the nation’s electricity needs, according to limits on carbon pollution being finalized today that are central to President Obama’s plan to address climate change.

News Release | Environment Connecticut Research and Policy Center

Report: Solar energy benefits vastly outweigh costs

Homes and businesses with solar panels deliver more value to power customers and society than they receive through programs like net metering, a report said today, countering claims from utilities that solar power owners don’t pay their fair share of electric grid costs.

News Release | Environment Connecticut

Connecticut Legislature Approves Bill Expanding Number of Solar Homes in Connecticut

The Connecticut State Senate today approved a proposal by Governor Malloy expanding Connecticut’s residential solar program. H.B. 6838 would expand Connecticut’s residential solar goals, resulting in 300 megawatts of solar installations on over 40,000 homes.

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