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CT to decide $224M energy efficiency spending plan

The Connecticut Energy Efficiency Board will hold a public hearing in April to discuss how to spend $224 million collected for business and residential improvements.
The bulk of the money for the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund comes from a fee charged to electric and natural gas ratepayers on their utility bills. The fund also receives money from places like the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative auctions, which charge power plants for their po ...

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