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Port Chester is Westchester’s latest ‘Clean Energy Community’

Municipalities recognized by the state program are eligible for up to $250,000 toward energy efficiency, renewable energy and sustainable development projects.

White Plains targets 100 percent clean energy by 2035

Mayor Thomas Roach pledged support for the Sierra Club's Mayors for 100% Clean Energy initiative.

Shelton solar project named to DEEP pilot program

The Shelton project will be part of a program designed to expand clean energy availability in areas that cannot accommodate photovoltaic installations.

White Plains, Yonkers designated by NYSERDA as ‘Clean Energy Communities’

The designation allows the cities to apply for state funding for additional clean energy projects.

Sustainable Westchester reaches first-of-its-kind energy contract

A group of 17 Westchester municipalities signed a power purchasing agreement earlier this month that is the first of its kind in New York State.

New England requests additional grid clean energy

States Committee on Electricity takes first step to reduce costs.

Landfill to host clean energy park

Bridgeport and United Illuminating move on solar installations.

CT outPACEs energy improvements

State program leverages $15 million in 10 months.

Clean trades program kicks off in schools

Students study energy efficiency in CBIA program.

New solar, wind farms planned

State moves forward on 20 percent clean energy goal by 2020.

State targets $165M for Green Bank launch

The governor's projected $1 billion Green Bank initiative is expected to spur private investment in clean energy markets.

Malloy envisions energy-independent future

Business owners can look forward to cheaper energy costs as changes to state and national policies are enacted, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said June 25 in Stamford.

State House of Reps passes renewable energy bill

The state House of Representatives approved a bill to revise Connecticut's renewable energy standards, but not before amending the Senate-passed bill to make it tougher for the state to procure energy from large-scale hydropower sources to meet those standards.

State aims to spur more clean energy projects

The state legislature is on the verge of approving a bill to revise Connecticut’s renewable energy standards, with supporters saying it would both cut costs and cut down on the state’s greenhouse gas emissions

Conn. charges into microgrids

With up to $15 million in funding, Connecticut plans to build at least 10 microgrids in partnership with utilities, municipalities and the private sector.