Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF)
The Clean Energy Fund was established to promote clean and renewable energy use in Connecticut . The site contains information on clean and renewable energy sources, current and previous investments made by the Fund and information about how to apply for funding.
Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)
The DEP is the agency charged with ensuring the conservation, improvement, and protection of Connecticut ’s environment while also encouraging the social and economic development of the state. This site is one part of the DEP that deals with energy in CT. The site provides information on efficiency, climate change, biomass, and biodiesel, and links to many state and federal sites.
Connecticut Energy Conservation Management Board (ECMB)
Advisory Group to the DPUC that assists and advises utility distribution companies in the development and implementation of comprehensive and cost-effective energy conservation and market transformation plans. Site includes information about the Board, Annual Report to the Legislature, and various other reports and presentations.
Connecticut General Assembly Energy and Technology Committee
The committee of the Connecticut General Assembly that has cognizance of all matters relating to the department of Public Utility Control and energy planning and activities. The site includes information on the committee and its members, meeting and agenda records, and public hearing transcripts.
Connecticut Office of Consumer Counsel (OCC)
The OCC is an independent state agency with statutory responsibility to represent customers of Connecticut’s five regulated utilities (electric, gas, water, telephone, and cable television), primarily in matters that go before the Department of Public Utility Control (DPUC). The OCC’s website contains information for consumers about each utility, how to participate in a DPUC hearing, and how to file a complaint.
Connecticut Office of Policy and Management Energy Management and Policy Development Unit (OPM)
The Energy Unit has a number of responsibilities regarding energy management in State owned and leased buildings and purchasing of energy resources for State facilities. This site includes state, national, and international energy data, information on grants provided by the Unit, and conservation tips for consumers.
Connecticut Siting Council
The Connecticut Siting Council’s mission is to objectively balance the statewide public need for adequate and reliable services at the lowest cost to consumers with the need to protect the environment and ecology of the state. The Siting Council has exclusive jurisdiction to regulate the siting of facilities under its jurisdiction, while municipal zoning and inland wetland commissions may regulate and restrict electric generation facilities, and electric substations. The site contains meeting proceedings, application guides, and public participation information.
Department of Public Utility Control (DPUC)
The (DPUC) is the agency of state government that regulates the public utilities of electric, gas, water, telecommunications and cable television. One of its roles in electric competition is to develop a consumer education program to help you understand the process and make an informed choice.
The Connecticut Energy Advisory Board (CEAB)
The CEAB is a statutorily created body with responsibility for recommending and advising the Legislature and the Governor on energy policy and related matters.
Watts New CT
This Web site, hosted by the DPUC and Office of Consumer Counsel, provides information to Connecticut residents, businesses and organizations about electric restructuring.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region One
EPA's Region 1: New England Office - Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont & 10 Tribal Nations.
Maine State Planning Office - Energy
Maine’s energy planning and policy development activities are housed at the State Planning Office (SPO), with a particular emphasis on developing regional competitive electricity markets, advising the Governor on nuclear safety issues, and coordinating interagency activities. SPO represents the state of Maine at New England Power Pool, ISO New England, Council of Northeast Governors, and New England Governors’ Conference. SPO also chairs and staff the newly-created Energy Resources Council, a Cabinet-level council of eight agencies established by the Maine Legislature to advise the Governor and Legislature in the formulation of energy policy.
Massachusetts Division of Energy Resources
The Massachusetts Division of Energy Resources seeks to implement energy policies that ensure an adequate supply of reliable, affordable and clean energy for the businesses and residents of Massachusetts, and improve and streamline energy regulation, promote greater efficiency in all energy uses, reduce energy costs and mobilize energy education.
Massachusetts Technology Collaborative (MTC)
The Massachusetts Technology Collaborative is the state's development agency for renewable energy and the innovation economy, which is responsible for one-quarter of all jobs in the state. We work with cutting-edge companies to create new jobs and stimulate economic activity in communities throughout the Commonwealth.
New Hampshire - Governor’s Office of Energy and Community Services
The Office of Energy and Community Services (ECS) provides information on fuel assistance, weatherization, energy programs and energy information for New Hampshire.
New York State Public Service Commission
The Commission regulates the state's electric, gas, steam, telecommunications, and water utilities. The Commission also oversees the cable industry. The Commission exercises jurisdiction over the siting of major gas and electric transmission facilities and has responsibility for ensuring the safety of natural gas and liquid petroleum pipelines.
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) is a public benefit corporation created in 1975 by the New York State Legislature. NYSERDA seeks to make energy more affordable for residential and low-income households; help industries, schools, hospitals, municipalities, not-for-profits, and the residential sector, including low-income residents, implement energy efficiency measures; and provide objective, credible, and useful energy analysis and planning to guide decisions made by major energy stakeholders in the private and public sectors.
Rhode Island State Energy Office
The Rhode Island State Energy Office (RISEO) administers a variety of federal and state program grants, which provide a broad spectrum of energy assistance, energy and water conservation, and weatherization services to the people of Rhode Island.
Alternative Fuels Data Center
The Alternative Fuels Data Center is a one-stop shop for all your alternative fuel and vehicle information needs. This site has more than 3,000 documents in its database, an interactive fuel station mapping system, listings of available alternative fuel vehicles, links to related Web sites, and much more.
The U.S. Department of Energy's Clean Cities Program supports public-private partnerships that deploy alternative fuel vehicles and build supporting alternative fuel infrastructure. Our site features information about local coalitions and clean corridors, alternative fuel news and events, fleet success stories, support and funding, tips for starting a coalition in your area, available alternative fuel vehicles, related links and more.
Energy Information Administration (EIA)
The Energy Information Administration (EIA), created by Congress in 1977, is a statistical agency of the U.S. Department of Energy. We provide policy-independent data, forecasts, and analyses to promote sound policy-making, efficient markets, and public understanding regarding energy and its interaction with the economy and the environment.
ENERGY STAR ®
ENERGY STAR offers businesses and consumers energy efficient solutions -- helping to save money while protecting the environment for future generations.
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)
The FERC is an independent regulatory agency within the Department of Energy.
National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO)
NASEO has provided leadership on guiding regional, state and federal government officials toward a deeper understanding of energy's pivotal role in the economy and environment, and informing them about the specific energy priorities and concerns of the states and territories.
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
NREL is developing new energy technologies to benefit both the environment and the economy.
Renewable Resource Data Center (RReDC)
The RReDC provides information on several types of renewable energy resources in the United States , in the form of publications, data, and maps.
The Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE)
EERE's program activities are conducted in partnership with the private sector, state and local government, DOE national laboratories, and universities. In July 2002, EERE reorganized to strengthen its focus on programs and these partnerships.
U.S. Department of Energy
The priorities of the Department's energy program are to: increase domestic energy production; revolutionize our approach energy conservation and efficiency; and, promote the development of renewable and alternative energy sources.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
EPA's mission is to protect human health and to safeguard the natural environment - air, water, and land - upon which life depends.