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March 25, 2022
Solar sales tactic complaints renew proposed legislation in Connecticut
The state Department of Consumer Protection receives about one complaint per week related to solar companies. Some say that warrants more regulation, but the industry says the proposal is overly broad and not practical.
February 4, 2022
4 things to know about Connecticut’s new energy storage incentive program
Connecticut regulators are offering upfront money to help pay for the installation of an in-home or business battery system, and customers can earn more money by allowing utilities to tap into them during peak demand.
May 27, 2021
A state mandate to increase labor costs is no way to lower the cost of clean energy
Employers in Connecticut who started the state’s commercial solar industry 10-years ago and created 1,000 jobs say their industry will collapse if proponents of Connecticut Senate Bill (SB) 999 – mostly unfamiliar with commercial ...