February 22, 2018 Contact: Laura McMillan, Connecticut Fund for the Environment, 203-787-0646 Victory for clean air in Quiet Corner as company ends bid to build new gas plant in Killingly NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Connecticut Fund for the Environment and allies declared victory this week as NTE Connecticut, LLC withdrew its appeal of the Siting Council’s …
“State agencies and lawmakers need to get serious about rapidly ramping up renewables and energy efficiency, cutting emissions from cars and trucks, and clearly identifying how state policies will work together to meet the 2020 and 2050 targets,” said Claire Coleman.
Update: Our application has been granted, and CFE now has formal party status in the application. Read more. CFE Files for Party Status in Killingly Energy Center Application Connecticut Fund for the Environment has formally filed for party status in an application currently before the Connecticut Siting Council. NTE Connecticut, LLC is seeking approval to …
Energy companies are seeking approval to build a natural gas pipeline expansion project near Hartford.
The first two months of Connecticut’s legislative session have been busy and productive. Here’s a summary of where our top priorities stand going into the final month.
You might think the energy conservation options you choose every day—like air-drying your clothes or turning down the thermostat—are enough to lower your bills. But did you know that you’re getting charged for gas you’re not even using?
While our nation’s enormous natural gas boom has helped cut carbon dioxide emissions, it has also revealed several issues working against our wallets and our climate goals.
Clean Energy, Comprehensive Energy Strategy, Natural Gas & Fracking
That’s what we’ve been saying here at CFE/Save the Sound this week. Yesterday, an article in the Boston Globe came out about two LNG terminals built off the North Shore of Massachusetts that are just sitting idle now, with $750 million worth of unused buoys and pipes sitting in the ocean.