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Leaders must commit to new energy solutions

Jun 7th, 2013 | By

While all the signs of climate change are assaulting our state with a ferocity never seen before it seems the current administration is content to ignore them and dismantle any environmental progress that Connecticut has made with backdoor deals, late-night bargains and an energy strategy that puts more emphasis on supporting polluting industry interests than

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350 Connecticut Disappointed in Failure of Oil Efficiency Legislation

May 12th, 2012 | By

In the yearly flurry of activity on the last day of the Connecticut legislative session, a major issue slipped through the cracks: allowing heating oil customers access to state efficiency programs. At a time when all Connecticut residents are trying to save money on energy, fuel oil customers (48% of homes) are at a severe disadvantage. They are about to lose access to efficiency assistance programs that are available to natural gas or electric heat customers, because of the way these programs are funded.