Connecticut Green Bank (CT GB)
The CT Green Bank’s president says electric school buses could help reduce peak demand on the power grid and increase resilience in Connecticut communities.
Connecticut Green Bank President Brian Garcia will chair a 21-member hydrogen task force, which must hold its first meeting by July 22.
PURA established rules for an electric storage program that include performance-based incentive structures to reduce the cost of a storage system.
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A Connecticut Green Bank webinar hears from people working on the frontlines of environmental justice in the state.
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Despite programs and resources that address high residential energy costs in Connecticut, there remain obstacles to accessible solutions.
The American Green Bank Consortium's 21 members incited $1.7 billion in investments last year with $442 million of funds.
Passage of the pending climate change adaptation bill will help Connecticut tap into future federal infrastructure funding.
Students worldwide participated in the Solve Climate by 2030 educational dialogue to learn about solutions for a just energy transition.
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