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CTHB05440Intro
25%
To require the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection to use the greenhouse gases, regulated emissions, and energy use in technologies, or "GREET", model in measuring lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions of biofuels.
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2024-04-15
Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office
CTHB05232Intro
25%
To (1) establish a uniform capacity tax on solar panels, (2) extend community benefit agreement requirements to more renewable energy projects, (3) study community solar, (4) require expedited permitting for solar canopies, (5) require the Department...
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2024-04-09
File Number 360
CTHB05361Intro
25%
To (1) revise the Connecticut Siting Council approval process for certain renewable energy projects, and (2) require the council to follow conditions imposed by a municipality for certain projects near an existing facility with a capacity greater tha...
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2024-04-09
File Number 365
CTHB05356Intro
25%
To (1) redefine "Class I renewable energy source" to include certain linear generators, and (2) indefinitely extend the current renewable energy portfolio standard for Class III sources.
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2024-04-09
File Number 363
CTHB05358Intro
25%
To study the feasibility of a pilot program for community geothermal.
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2024-04-09
File Number 364
CTHB05406Intro
25%
To create a task force to study transmission and grid enhancing technologies.
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2024-04-09
File Number 366
CTHB05441Intro
25%
To permit utility shutoffs for customers who have the resources to pay their utility bills but currently cannot have their service terminated due to illness.
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2024-04-09
File Number 370
CTHB05444Intro
25%
To facilitate the consideration of cost-saving technology by evaluating and testing the technologies at state agencies.
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2024-04-09
File Number 371
CTHB05446Intro
25%
To (1) extend the gross earnings tax on cable and satellite television companies to communications services providers, (2) change the method of funding community access television operations, the Public, Educational and Governmental Programming and E...
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2024-04-09
File Number 372
CTHB05439Intro
25%
To establish a target of deploying three hundred ten thousand heat pumps in the state by 2030.
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2024-03-08
To Joint Energy and Technology Committee
CTHB05443Intro
25%
To guarantee public access to the data needed to set informed climate targets and accurately monitor progress against such targets.
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2024-03-08
To Joint Energy and Technology Committee
CTHB05442Intro
25%
To require the use of federal funds available under the Inflation Reduction Act to expand existing energy storage battery programs and to require the Office of Policy and Management to consider potential changes to how energy storage batteries are ta...
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2024-03-08
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CTHB05445Intro
25%
To require the chairperson of the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority to report to the General Assembly on the status of its work concerning cost-sharing of new electric grid interconnection points among multiple renewable project developers.
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2024-03-08
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CTHB05438Intro
25%
To (1) make appropriations to energy efficiency programs identified in the Conservation and Load Management Plan, and (2) study the current structure and effectiveness of energy efficiency funding in the state.
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2024-03-08
To Joint Energy and Technology Committee
CTHB05357Intro
25%
To study the expansion of nuclear power at the location of an existing nuclear power generating facility.
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2024-03-01
To Joint Energy and Technology Committee
CTHB05360Intro
25%
To establish a municipal electric aggregation program.
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2024-03-01
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CTHB05359Intro
25%
To require members and staff of the Connecticut Siting Council to have expertise concerning electric transmission infrastructure.
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2024-03-01
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CTHB05231Intro
25%
To (1) make revisions to the state's renewable energy programs, including suspending the caps and clarifying rules for state, agricultural and municipal customers, and (2) require the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority to study such programs and p...
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2024-02-23
To Joint Energy and Technology Committee
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