Bills Pending Connecticut Joint Energy and Technology Committee

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CTHB05605Intro
25%
To address increasing concerns regarding drought conditions.
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2023-02-02
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CTHB06496Intro
25%
To facilitate the consideration of energy efficiency technology and renewable energy technology by evaluating and testing the technologies at state agencies.
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2023-02-02
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CTHB06497Intro
25%
To guarantee public access to the data needed to set informed climate targets and accurately monitor progress against these targets.
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2023-02-02
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CTHB05604Intro
25%
To facilitate necessary upgrades to water systems throughout the state.
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2023-02-02
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CTHB05640Intro
25%
To: (1) Require cable and telecommunications companies to remove service cables from customers' property not later than thirty days after termination of service; and (2) authorize municipalities to levy fines of ten dollars per day for every day afte...
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2023-02-02
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CTHB06056Intro
25%
To make higher-margin payments to heating fuel companies participating in the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program anytime the wholesale price of diesel reaches three dollars per gallon.
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2023-02-02
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CTSB00123Intro
25%
To lower the cost of energy for ratepayers in the state.
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2023-02-02
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CTHB05904Intro
25%
To ensure that the Department of Public Health and local water company are notified of any proposed solar array or other renewable energy installation within a watershed used for public water supply.
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2023-01-31
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CTHB06339Intro
25%
To study converting biosolids into energy.
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2023-01-26
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CTHB05626Intro
25%
To protect energy consumers and ensure third-party electric suppliers operate responsibly.
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2023-01-26
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CTHB05634Intro
25%
To supplement funding for energy-efficiency programs identified in the Conservation and Load Management Plan by allocating twenty million dollars from the state budget to support such programs.
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2023-01-26
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CTHB05163Intro
25%
To make the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority the arbiter in disputes between towns and municipal water providers in neighboring towns.
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2023-01-26
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CTHB05286Intro
25%
To require a Siting Council hearing on requests for a waiver of Siting Council rules or prior orders.
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2023-01-26
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CTHB05628Intro
25%
To study hydropower assets in the state and their benefits.
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2023-01-26
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CTHB05641Intro
25%
To enable property owners to protect their leased property when a utility company terminates service.
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2023-01-26
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CTHB06495Intro
25%
To prohibit electric service shutoffs during summer for some economically disadvantaged customers.
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2023-01-24
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CTHB06499Intro
25%
To encourage the continuity of existing and future hydroelectric facilities in Connecticut by awarding them power purchase contracts based on the state's standard rate.
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2023-01-24
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CTSB00890Intro
25%
To prohibit electric suppliers from charging fees to customers for switching to a different supplier.
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2023-01-24
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CTHB06504Intro
25%
To create a state incentive to supplement federal tax credits and further incentivize Connecticut consumers to switch to more environmentally friendly systems.
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2023-01-24
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CTHB06498Intro
25%
To consider changes to the technical skills required to professionally install solar panels.
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2023-01-24
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CTHB06494Intro
25%
To determine the security of the existing electric grid and examine ways to enhance protection.
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2023-01-24
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CTHB06493Intro
25%
To restructure the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority as a fully independent regulatory agency.
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2023-01-24
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CTHB06501Intro
25%
To facilitate access to broadband performance data to protect consumers.
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2023-01-24
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CTHB06502Intro
25%
To make heat pump clothes dryers more accessible to consumers.
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2023-01-24
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CTHB06500Intro
25%
To consider the recommendations of the state's Hydrogen Task Force.
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2023-01-24
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CTHB06408Intro
25%
To (1) change the rules for when the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority is required to hold an investigation concerning utility companies' earnings in excess of their authorized return on equity, (2) require that the earnings sharing mechanism for...
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2023-01-23
To Joint Energy and Technology Committee
CTHB06338Intro
25%
To provide for an independent energy regulatory authority.
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2023-01-20
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CTHB06236Intro
25%
To require electric distribution companies to purchase electricity supplied by small hydropower facilities.
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2023-01-19
To Joint Energy and Technology Committee
CTSB00020Intro
25%
To require the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority to review any proposed acquisition or merger of a cable or telecommunications provider doing business in this state, and provide that no such provider may be the subject of such an acquisition or m...
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2023-01-19
To Joint Energy and Technology Committee
CTSB00007Intro
25%
To promote a more equitable and transparent energy market that works in the best interest of Connecticut's consumers of energy.
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2023-01-19
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CTSB00019Intro
25%
To prevent cable companies, including fiber optic providers, from charging customers to the end of the billing cycle when they cancel a subscription.
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2023-01-19
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CTHB06235Intro
25%
To permit hardship customers to contract with energy suppliers.
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2023-01-19
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CTSB00792Intro
25%
To promote renewable energy, increase the energy efficiency of buildings, increase accountability in state contracting, provide consumer protection and lower costs for the state's energy consumers.
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2023-01-19
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CTHB05108Intro
25%
To give property owners enhanced time to object to a utility company's vegetation management plan.
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2023-01-19
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CTSB00794Intro
25%
To lower electric rates.
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2023-01-19
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CTHB06233Intro
25%
To prevent former building owners and tenants from being billed for electric service they do not use because they sold or moved out of the property.
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2023-01-19
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CTHB05223Intro
25%
To require offshore wind energy developers to create a fund that will compensate for negative impacts to fisheries and the environment, as well as compensate for not creating the number of jobs agreed to in their contracts.
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2023-01-19
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CTHB05632Intro
25%
To require all roadway and sidewalk repairs from utility work to restore the sidewalk and roadway to their original condition using original materials.
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2023-01-18
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CTSB00320Intro
25%
To stabilize the value of the energy generated from energy-producing solid waste management facilities.
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2023-01-18
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CTHB05623Intro
25%
To prohibit electric distribution companies from recovering lobbying costs from their ratepayers.
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2023-01-18
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CTHB05625Intro
25%
To reduce the costs borne by ratepayers on account of the arrearages and delinquency of other electric customers.
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2023-01-18
To Joint Energy and Technology Committee
CTSB00686Intro
25%
To prevent the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection from working on the Transportation Climate Initiative.
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2023-01-18
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CTHB06054Intro
25%
To designate Internet as an essential public utility and to authorize and enhance the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority's oversight powers over energy, cable, and Internet service providers.
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2023-01-18
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CTSB00685Intro
25%
To modify the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection's and the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority's zero-emission energy procurement authority to require that no contract may be approved at a rate higher than the wholesale rate.
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2023-01-18
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CTHB05636Intro
25%
To (1) codify the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority's orders in Docket No. 18-12-25, (2) require utilities to get a permit from the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection before tree trimming in public rights-of-way, (3) require an arb...
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2023-01-18
To Joint Energy and Technology Committee
CTSB00316Intro
25%
To lower the cost of energy for ratepayers in the state.
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2023-01-18
To Joint Energy and Technology Committee
CTSB00683Intro
25%
To eliminate a surcharge assessed on electric bills which is deposited into the Clean Energy Fund.
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2023-01-18
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CTHB06058Intro
25%
To suspend the combined public benefit charge.
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2023-01-18
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CTSB00684Intro
25%
To suspend the combined public benefit charge.
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2023-01-18
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CTHB05633Intro
25%
To eliminate cost barriers for some residents and businesses who wish to install solar photovoltaic systems due to necessary site improvements prior to installation.
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2023-01-18
To Joint Energy and Technology Committee
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