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DEEP said the invasive species damage the ecosystem and the economy.
$17.9 million is allocated to the statewide brownfield mediation funding.
Connecticut needs approximately 125,000 to 150,000 EVs by 2025 and 500,000 EVs by 2030 to meet its statutorily mandated greenhouse gas reduction target.
Aquatic invasive species such as Zebra mussels and Hydrilla negatively impact native plants and animals, and can be extremely costly to control.
The Transportation and Climate Initiative promises Connecticut at least a 26% reduction in carbon emissions from transportation from 2022 to 2032.
The project is designed to generate 800 MW of electricity.
The project includes an estimated $890 million in direct economic development in Connecticut, including Bridgeport Harbor and the local supply chain.
The draft report highlighted low-income resident as potential electric vehicle buyers.
Vineyard Wind LLC named its Park City Wind proposal after Bridgeport.
The RFP is the state’s first solicitation dedicated specifically to offshore wind development.
The town of Fairfield and city of Shelton will each receive $82,500 for open space purchases within their municipalities.
The fuel cell project in Derby is expected to drive local economic development and environmental improvement through state sales tax and the local property taxes generated.
The Trump administration’s efforts to roll back auto emissions standards is a "screw you" to Connecticut and other states, according to Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Commissioner Rob Klee.
The Port Authority plans to argue that the disposal of approved dredge material is vital to ensuring that waters remain open for commercial shippers and recreational boaters.
Within Fairfield County, microgrid funding has been granted to Bridgeport, the town of Fairfield and the University of Bridgeport.
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