Materials from Time for 100% Forum







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House
Wind power has come of age
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Advocation clean energy
Showcasing the potential of energy efficiency and clean energy
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Replacing nuclear
Educating consumers about cutting edge technology
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Mark Scully and Mark Jacobson
Mark Scully and Mark Jacobson at The 100% Renewables Forum
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Panel Discussion
The Panel Discussion at The 100% Renewables Forum






Events

News
  • End of Net Metering Leaves Future of Solar in Connecticut Unclear NBC CT - Tim Schneider favors a proposal in the Connecticut General Assembly that would delay the phase out until 2021, and would conduct a study to determine how much residential solar power would be too much until Connecticut consumers are adversely affected.
  • End auto-renewed third party electric contracts CT Mirror - According to an analysis by the Office of the Consumer Counsel, Elin Katz, over the past three years ratepayers using third-party suppliers versus the standard offer supply have spent over $200 million more.
  • How to Switch to Renewable, Sustainable Energy in Connecticut NBC CT - 'The best power, the cheapest power and the power which doesn't cause any pollution is the power we never use,' Klein said.
  • Ex-Coal Plant Site Chosen for Mass. OSW Hub RTO Insider - ...Anbaric is 'open to working with any and all' OSW generators, including those off of Rhode Island and Connecticut.
  • A strong bipartisan vote for wind power in CT CT Mirror - If passed and signed into law as expected, [the Commissioner of DEEP] would be required within 14 days to begin the process of soliciting bids from wind power products for as much as 2,000 megawatts, the output of Millstone.
  • Amid cash shortfall, CT Green Bank engineers a financial lifeline Hartford Business Journal - The successful execution of the … green bond enables the Green Bank to pay the state back for the sweeps, while at the same time maintaining the market for local clean-energy contractors, reducing the burden of energy costs on families through clean energy.
  • State Pier in New London to be used as hub for offshore wind industry Eye Witness News 3 - This new public-private partnership reaffirms the unwavering commitment of the state to increase procurement of offshore wind and make the economic expansion of our maritime economy a reality.
  • At Northeast universities, new programs aim to fill gaps in clean energy workforce Energy News Network - The University of Connecticut is already expanding its newly-launched energy systems training program amid a shortage of energy workers in the state.
  • Construction of fuel cell park at sub base delayed The Day - The Navy, at large, has outlined a goal of relying more on alternative sources of energy and reducing reliance on foreign sources of oil. Energy is the single largest cost for Navy installations.
  • Hey UConn! Where are our electric buses? The Daily Campus - What logical reason could the administration have for rejecting a $1.4 million grant that will increase air quality, decrease transportation costs and position UConn as a national leader in the fight against climate change?





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