Connecticut Senate (CT Senate)
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont withdrew regulations that would have required all new vehicles sold in the state to be non-emitting by 2035.
Connecticut Green Bank President Brian Garcia will chair a 21-member hydrogen task force, which must hold its first meeting by July 22.
Connecticut legislators passed a bill that would require two state utilities to develop pilot programs to build, own and operate energy storage systems.
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.
Connecticut legislators took comments on a priority bill that would prevent condo and apartment owners from restricting access to EV chargers.
Connecticut’s EV program got a two-pronged boost with the announcement of improvements to a consumer rebate program and the award of a federal grant.
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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Connecticut lawmakers passed legislation that targets 1 GW of energy storage deployment by the end of 2030.
Passage of the pending climate change adaptation bill will help Connecticut tap into future federal infrastructure funding.
Connecticut lawmakers voted to advance legislation for implementing the Transportation and Climate Initiative Program.
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