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June 14, 2024

Connecticut House of Representatives (CT House)

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Conn. Lawmakers Urge ISO-NE to Take Action on Climate
Connecticut lawmakers urged ISO-NE to act in the wake of the Supreme Court’s ruling barring EPA from requiring generation shifting to reduce carbon emissions.
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‘Robust’ Legislation Likely Outcome of Hydrogen Study, Connecticut Rep. Says
Connecticut Green Bank President Brian Garcia will chair a 21-member hydrogen task force, which must hold its first meeting by July 22.
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Connecticut Lawmakers Send Energy Storage Pilot Bill to Governor
Connecticut legislators passed a bill that would require two state utilities to develop pilot programs to build, own and operate energy storage systems.
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Conn. Lawmakers Revisit Need for Direct EV Sales Model
Opponents of a bill to allow direct sales by EV manufacturers in Connecticut say it would create two sets of rules for competitors in the same market.
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Connecticut EV Right-to-charge Bill too Broad, Attorney Says
Connecticut legislators took comments on a priority bill that would prevent condo and apartment owners from restricting access to EV chargers.
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Lamont’s TCI-P Reversal Surprises Environmental Advocates, Lawmakers
Gov. Ned Lamont said he would not pursue the TCI-P next year, arguing that rising gas prices make the enabling legislation “a pretty tough rock to push."
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Eversource Warns of Higher Winter Bills as Gas Prices Bounce Back
Eversource warned that customers will likely see a spike in their bills this winter compared to last year’s, as natural gas prices surge nationwide.
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Conn. DEEP Commissioner Still Stumping for TCI-P Passage
Leading lawmakers in Connecticut have not ruled out a special session this fall that could provide advocates another chance to push for passage of the TCI-P.
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Dispatches from the Frontlines of Environmental Justice in Conn.
A Connecticut Green Bank webinar hears from people working on the frontlines of environmental justice in the state.
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TCI-P Faces Uncertain Future in Connecticut
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont said that the TCI-P would not be part of the two-year state budget, despite making it one of his legislative priorities.

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