Connecticut energy bill passes House but draws ire of solar advocates

Published 18:05 on May 10, 2018  /  Last updated at 18:05 on May 10, 2018  /  Americas, Carbon Taxes, US  /  No Comments

A bill to expand Connecticut’s Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) and revise the state’s energy plan passed a final floor vote in the House on Wednesday, but not before some legislators unsuccessfully tried to put forth an amendment amidst backlash from environmental groups.

A bill to expand Connecticut’s Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) and revise the state’s energy plan passed a final floor vote in the House on Wednesday, but not before some legislators unsuccessfully tried to put forth an amendment amidst backlash from environmental groups.

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