Coca-Cola’s bottling plant on Main Street unveiled its new fuel cells on Friday morning — the result of a collaboration between the beverage company, UTC Power, the town of East Hartford and the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund.
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Dale A. Hedman has been promoted to acting president of the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund, effective Oct. 1
HBJ asks: The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund has launched a new Operational Demonstration Program. What is this? The Op Demo Program is one of three clean energy technology investment programs offered by the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund and Connecticut Innovations.
When faced with the prospect of electricity costs rising 4-8% annually, the Northwestern Regional School District No. 7 in Winsted, Conn., began investigating what it would take to put a solar array on the roof of its 250,000 square foot high school building. While it could technically be done, the question of how to finance
Brewer Pilots Point Marina in Westbrook, Conn., has completed an 8,500-square-foot solar photovoltaic system funded, in part, by a grant from the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund. The electricity that the new system generates will supply power to three work sheds at the marina and a portion of its 900 customer slips. via Connecticut marina installs
A dedication ceremony was held in Weston, Conn., to celebrate the installation of a 7-kilowatt (kW) solar photovoltaic (PV) system at the Weston Board of Education building. The town earned part of this system, 4 kW, through the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund’s Connecticut Clean Energy Communities Program and opted to increase the size of the
Nearly a quarter of a billion dollars has been taken from electricity consumers to fund the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF). Since its inception in 2000, the fund has spent $148 million on alternate-energy projects, mostly solar installations. What is there to show for all this money? Is this a noble organization that can and
Greenwich will soon increase its commitment to clean energy with the free installation of solar panels on a town structure. The town is receiving the 5-kilowatt system from the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund, which recognizes its efforts to become a Clean Energy Community. via Town’s investment in clean energy earns it free solar panels –