For as long as Connecticut’s subsidized solar programs have been in place, caps on the number of applicants have frustrated not only businesses and towns that want solar power, but also the state’s solar industry, environmental advocates and many lawmakers. 

As this legislative session gets underway, a serious effort to raise or even eliminate the caps is emerging.

But there is already disagreement over which program caps to alter, how they should be altered, and what, if any, other rules should be overhauled. Reporter Jan Ellen Spiegel talks to host Ebong Udoma to explain what might be on the cards this session.

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Long Story Short takes you behind the scenes at the home of public policy journalism in Connecticut. Each week WSHU’s Ebong Udoma joins us to rundown the Sunday Feature with our reporters. We also present specials on CT Mirror’s big investigative pieces.