Clean Energy in the Nutmeg State

Fighting for a clean energy future in Connecticut, to protect our health, reinvest in our communities, and reduce climate-changing pollution.

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We need a stronger CES in Connecticut

Every three years, Connecticut examines and adjusts our energy policy to make sure it is serving our best interests.  But the draft Comprehensive E

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Education and Action for Secure Energy (EASE)

Today, planning for energy security is on the minds of local officials as well as business owners.

Comments on Connecticut's Comprehensive Energy Strategy

It is imperative that Connecticut take swift, bold action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to mitigate the public health threats we are already facing and which are likely to become more prevalent and extreme without action. 

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Solar for All – Building for Breakthrough

Community shared renewables – continues to stall. But we're changing that.

From We All Live Downstream

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June 18, 2018

It takes a lot to build momentum and political will against big utilities and corporate interests but that’s what happened this legislative session thanks to the power of Clean Water Action. Our coordinated campaign, together with other allies, helped pass policies for bold climate action and expanded renewable energy.

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May 17, 2018

In the final days before the end of the 2018 session, the Connecticut General Assembly passed Senate Bill 9 and Senate Bill 7, two bills that we mobilized to support.

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October 24, 2017

It's clear that there’s a need for fresh thinking about the politics of energy in Connecticut.