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CTSB00384Engross
50%
To change the composition and duties of the Low-Income Energy Advisory Board and rename it the Low-Income Energy and Water Advisory Board.
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2024-04-19
House Calendar Number 398
CTSB00301Intro
25%
To (1) update state energy and water efficiency standards for appliances and other equipment, and (2) expand the Housing Environmental Improvement Revolving Loan and Grant Fund to include a grant program and adjust the bonding authorization for this ...
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2024-04-09
File Number 345
CTSB00297Intro
25%
To (1) mandate procedures that residential solar photovoltaic systems providers and agents of such providers must follow when conducting residential solar photovoltaic system solicitations, and (2) establish a task force to study policies to improve ...
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2024-04-09
File Number 356
CTSB00299Intro
25%
To require the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority to evaluate the impact of large data centers on grid reliability.
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2024-04-09
File Number 344
CTSB00382Intro
25%
To allow the state to contract for energy from run-of-the-river hydropower or offshore wind facilities for up to thirty years.
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2024-04-09
File Number 348
CTSB00383Intro
25%
To establish a mitigation fund to make payments to individuals or entities harmed by adverse impacts to fisheries and wildlife from offshore wind power facilities.
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2024-04-09
File Number 349
CTSB00385Intro
25%
To (1) permit the Commissioner of Energy and Environmental Protection to coordinate with other New England states to procure generation resources from a nuclear power generating facility for ten years following the end of existing agreements with a n...
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2024-04-09
File Number 351
CTSB00298Intro
25%
To study combining the deployment of energy storage batteries with new residential solar installations.
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2024-03-01
To Joint Energy and Technology Committee
CTSB00300Intro
25%
To (1) study expanding natural gas capacity in the state, and (2) adjust the Renewable Portfolio Standard by redefining "Class I renewable energy source" to include all electricity derived from hydropower and nuclear power.
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2024-03-01
To Joint Energy and Technology Committee
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