Some are frustrated with 10 years of programs that should have helped residents insulate themselves from spikes in energy costs.
Despite some legislative setbacks, more work on environmental issues than initially anticipated got done over Zoom
Gov. Ned Lamont wants to expand the role of the Connecticut Green Bank to include funding for climate change projects.
Experts say the pandemic gives Connecticut an opportunity to make big advances in clean energy — and reap the profits.
With natural gas and fuel oil prices rising, more than 320,000 poor Connecticut households faced energy bills this year that exceed their ability to pay by a collective $450 million, a new, nonprofit study has reported.
While falling fuel prices offer some relief, more than 320,000 Connecticut households face the “crushing financial burden” of energy bills that outstrip their resources by almost $400 million, a new study reported Tuesday.
Falling fuel prices weren’t enough to prevent the number of Connecticut households in need of energy assistance from growing in 2015, according to a new report released Wednesday.
Poor Connecticut households this winter will face about $784 million in energy bills above what they can afford, according to a new study released Wednesday by Operation Fuel.