Posts Tagged ‘ Gov. Dannel Malloy ’

Open space grants to preserve nearly 3,000 acres: $9 Million Awarded to 35 Cities and Towns to Protect Open Space

Dec 29th, 2012 | By

The state has awarded more than $9 million to preserve open space in 35 cities and towns, the governor’s office announced Friday. The largest parcels are in Cheshire, East Haddam, East Lyme, Kent/Warren, Lyme, and Somers, all with properties encompassing at last 100 acres. In all, the money will preserve 2,732 acres throughout Connecticut.

Heating Oil Dealers Plan To Pan Malloy’s Energy Policy

Nov 20th, 2012 | By

Heating oil dealers across Connecticut are planning to show up in large numbers Monday for a public hearing on Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s draft energy policy. The group led by the Independent Connecticut Petroleum Association is upset with plans to encourage 300,0000 homeowners and businesses to switch from heating oil to natural gas. For more

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Malloy Talks Natural Gas at Amity High School

Nov 20th, 2012 | By

I’m not sure whether to classify this as business, energy, or propaganda.  Gov. Dannel Malloy was on hand at Amity High School Monday to press a case for natural gas — and other forms of alternative energy — in Connecticut. Malloy joined DEEP Commissioner Daniel Esty, Woodbridge First Selectman Edward Maum Sheehy, Amity Board of

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Gov. Malloy discusses energy plan – YouTube

Oct 16th, 2012 | By

WTNH — Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy was a guest on Good Morning Connecticut Tuesday, talking about his energy plan, and how to help consumers who want to convert from oil to natural gas heating. For more on this story, visit: Gov. Malloy discusses energy plan – YouTube.

Malloy: Climate change affecting Sound

Aug 9th, 2012 | By

Despite some triumphs reigning in nitrogen releases and other environmentally harmful substances entering Long Island Sound, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and others said maintaining that progress will rely on efforts to address complex consequences global warming will make on preservation efforts. Malloy took part in a panel discussion Thursday in New Haven hosted by U.S.

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Malloy discusses his strategy for making energy more affordable in Connecticut

May 21st, 2011 | By

Connecticut is not yet first in the country’s energy efficiency rankings, but given the high cost of energy here, the state ought to be, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy told a ballroom full of energy insiders May 21.

Malloy names Esty to head new Dept. of Energy & Environmental Protection (update)

Feb 14th, 2011 | By

Gov. Dannel Malloy has announced that he has selected Daniel Esty to head “the newly fused Department of Energy & Environmental Protection.”

“Reducing the number of state agencies by consolidating all of our energy functions into one unit will be unprecedented in the state and will bring with it a number of benefits,” Gov. Malloy said in a news release. “I am glad that Dan Esty has agreed to accept this challenge.”