Posts Tagged ‘ 2012 Comprehensive Energy Plan ’

Conn. energy plan seizing on popularity of natural gas draws ire of home oil heating firms

Dec 3rd, 2012 | By

A broad effort by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to reshape energy policy in Connecticut with incentives to boost efficiency and keep down costs has drawn strong opposition from the home heating oil industry, which accuses the state of encouraging residential and business customers to dump local oil suppliers in favor of increasingly popular natural gas.

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Testimony on DEEP 2012 Draft Comprehensive Energy Strategy for Connecticut by Frank Panzarella of Fight the Hike

Nov 19th, 2012 | By

The 2012 Comprehensive Energy Plan for Connecticut created by the CT DEEP is an important first step to recognize the critical aspects of our environment that effect both our physical and economic survival as a viable community. While it goes well beyond previous integrated resource plans by recognizing that energy reliability is more than just calculating availability and costs of resources, it can and should go much further to calculate future needs and requirements based on creating a healthy and sustainable future that is also affordable and practicable. Click on this environmental headline for the rest of this important commentary from Fight the Hike member Frank Panzarella.