Connecticut

Known as ‘The Constitution State’ with its quaint towns and coastal cities, Connecticut is making waves in the world of renewable energy. The southern New England state has ranked in the top 10 states producing the most solar energy for several years now and doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. Legislation regarding the renewable energy source has recently been passed shaping the future of Connecticut’s solar energy industry. Such regulations and policies continue to lower energy costs for the consumer while encouraging utilities to participate in solar incentive programs.

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Current and Recent Initiatives
  • Senate Bill Proposes Shared Solar, a New RPS, and More
    Legislation implementing Connecticut’s latest Comprehensive Energy Strategy passed in both the Senate and House earlier this year. SB 9 is expected to begin the process of moving Connecticut closer to a more market-based, cost-effective energy future. It increases the RPS to 40% by 2030 and establishes a shared solar program. In addition, SB 9 changes the compensation structure for commercial and residential solar projects.
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