Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has named a former state representative who served on the legislature’s Energy and Technology Committee to serve on Connecticut’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority. via Malloy names new member of Connecticut’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority- The New Haven Register – Serving New Haven, Connecticut.
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In the wake of serious electric outages in Connecticut, it would seem that speaking truth to power was never more urgently needed. For far too long energy distribution companies in CT have swaggered with their control of a hostage consumer market and a relatively pliable DPUC and a legislature willing to accept their expertise and
Sweeping legislation would reform DPUC and promote renewable power projects.
State Attorney General George Jepsen met last week with the DPUC officials to discuss creating a regulatory environment that will further accelerate energy conservation.
Lee Hoffman, an attorney representing Bethel in the appeal, said the tank was included in a five-year water supply plan that was approved two years ago by the state Department of Public Utility and the state health department. At the time, Hoffman said, Danbury officials received a copy of the report and didn’t file any
Connecticut has a number of energy challenges, including paying among the highest electricity prices in the country. Kevin DelGobbo, Chairman of the Department of Public Utility Control talks about the challenges, his priorities for the future and what the state is doing to improve on the CBIA Business Minute (audio). DPUC Chairman Kevin DelGobbo Speaks with
Bridgeport, Connecticut-based Bushwick Metals has recieved an an incentive check of $14,067 from the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund (CEEF) for its participation in the Energy Conscious Blueprint program.
Connecticut’s Department of Public Utility Control (DPUC) issued a draft decision Aug. 26, 2010, that rejects the plan that would allow ratepayers to save millions of dollars. This measure, which some environmental groups support, would have enabled ratepayers to take the least costly path to fulfilling their energy needs through increased efficiency.