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  • As Lawmakers Debate Energy Auction, Customers Lose Out On Savings Article Courtesy: Courant.com Regardless of whether state lawmakers decide to auction Connecticut Light & Power and United Illuminating retail electricity accounts to private marketing companies as a way to raise cash for the state, the issue will cost money for 665,000 CL&P customers. On July 1, electric customers who buy generation through the standard serviceplan at CL&P— ...
  • Finch, Bridgeport basketball legend kick off partnership with Titan Energy April 19, 2012 – Mayor Bill Finch and Bridgeport basketball legend Chris Smith kicked off Bridgeport’s partnership with Titan Energy and Direct Energy during an event at City Hall Annex on April 19. This new partnership will set a new fixed price for electricity customers who participate in the Direct Choice program.
  • Building a Clean Economy and Cutting Pollution in the Northeast April 11, 2012 – Between 2000 and 2009, the ten northeastern states that participate in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) cut per capita carbon dioxide emissions 20 percent faster than the rest of the nation—even as the region’s gross product per capita grew 87 percent faster than the rest of the United States.
  • More Solar Power set to come to Connecticut March 22, 2012 – Designed to help accelerate the process of obtaining and installing solar power for small businesses and residences, this bill is poised to enhance the size of the already growing solar presence in Connecticut. Interested parties are urged contact CEFIA for more information.