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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.
The latest projects bring the total land in Connecticut designated as state or local open space to more than 512,000 acres.
Aquatic invasive species such as Zebra mussels and Hydrilla negatively impact native plants and animals, and can be extremely costly to control.
Tim Kraemer, executive vice president and general manager at BMW of Bridgeport, said the bill's passage would “hurt not only the auto industry, it will hurt the Connecticut consumer.”
“The first and most important reason for expanding to Connecticut was DEEP (the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection) increasing the incentives for heat pump installations,” Michael Sachse, president of the New York company, said. “That really changed the economics for us, and we think for consumers in the state as well.”
Either potential casino patrons will not arrive due to safety fears, or they will show up and spread infections, the governor predicted. “It’s too early right now,” he said about the casinos' plan to reopen on June 1.
Brenda Kupchick, elected in November as Fairfield’s first selectwoman, understandably has many goals for her inaugural term. Chief among them is introducing the town’s...
The project includes an estimated $890 million in direct economic development in Connecticut, including Bridgeport Harbor and the local supply chain.
If the companies' Park City Wind proposal is accepted by the state, it could create up to 350 jobs and almost $400 million in direct revenue in Connecticut over the next decade.
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.
A three-day weekend for the Fourth of July holiday prompts an early notice that the most popular areas may be full.
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