Connecticut, Let's Be Bold.
For the first time in five years, Connecticut lawmakers have drafted a comprehensive energy strategy (CES) that serves as a roadmap for Connecticut’s energy future. Unfortunately, the draft fails to deliver any meaningful improvements or commitments to Connecticut's clean energy economy.
Despite Governor Malloy’s stated support for acting on climate, the CES outlines a vision that would slow Connecticut’s path to investing in clean energy. The CES also limits private investments in solar power and restricts customer choices about where they get energy.
By taking action, you will tell lawmakers that you support:
- Connecticut accelerating renewable energy and electric vehicle growth with a 50% statewide renewable energy goal by 2030.
- Customers making their own energy decisions, including the option to choose solar with rooftop solar or community solar.