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Green Activities - State of Connecticut

Biofuel Consortium

The Blue & White Goes Green
Activist students help drive sustainability movement on campus.

Blueprint for Green Collar Job Creation
Governor M. Jodi Rell issued an executive order that establishes guidelines to train and develop Connecticut’s green collar workforce, one that will meet the needs of the growing clean energy business sector, attract new investments and help ensure a healthier environment for future generations.
The leading online resource for green business and green building in Connecticut.

Connecticut Clean Energy Fund
Offer financial incentives and educational programs to encourage homeowners, companies, municipalities, and other institutions to support renewable energy and lead the nation toward a brighter energy future.

Connecticut Climate Change
Providing information on the Connecticut Climate Change Action Plan 2005, solid progress in implementing the 55 actions in the plan, inspiring success stories on action throughout our state, and other information on the Connecticut climate change initiative.

Connecticut Enengy Advisory Board (CEAB)
Represent the state in regional energy planning, participating in the state's annual load forecast proceeding, and reviewing the procurement plan submitted by electric distribution companies.

Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund
An initiative designed to make it easy for residents and businesses get in the habit of using energy more efficiently – to save money, energy and the environment.

Connecticut Energy Resources
From the State of Connecticut.

The Connecticut Green Building Council
Promoting intelligently designed and constructed high performance energy efficient buildings.

How "Green" is Connecticut's Economy?  (December 2008)

The Institute for Sustainable Energy
Adds an unbiased focus on practical applications and dissemination of information about how to improve the energy profile and sustainability of Connecticut and the region.

Solar Connecticut

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