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State Partners

Department of Energy and Environmental Protection

Department of Economic and Community Development

Office of the State Treasurer

Connecticut Innovations

Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund

Connecticut Energy Information Center

Federal Partners

U.S. Department of Energy

U.S. DOE Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

BetterBuildings Program

Non-Profit Partners

Coalition for Green Capital

Clean Energy States Alliance


Clean Water Action

Student Conservation Association

Additional Resources

Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority Brochure

Clean Energy Communities Program

Neighbor to Neighbor Energy Challenge

Neighbor To Neighbor Energy Challenge video featuring Bryan Garcia, President, Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority

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Effective July 1, 2011, the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund became part of the newly created Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority (CEFIA). CEFIA’s mission is to promote, develop and invest in clean energy and energy efficiency projects in order to strengthen Connecticut’s economy, protect community health, improve the environment, and promote a secure energy supply for the state. As the nation’s first full-scale clean energy finance authority, CEFIA will leverage public and private funds to drive investment and scale-up clean energy deployment in Connecticut.

CEFIA was created by Connecticut’s General Assembly as a part of Public Act 11-80 An Act Concerning the Establishment of the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and Planning for Connecticut’s Energy Future. This major legislation sets Connecticut on a new and exciting course toward energy independence. Over the next several months, CEFIA’s board of directors will begin crafting new financing and investment opportunities that will enable the deployment of low-cost capital for clean energy and energy efficiency projects.

Additionally, CCEF Board of Director and Board committee meetings are cancelled. As soon as the CEFIA Board of Directors is appointed and has approved a meeting schedule, it will be posted to the Web. Please continue to check the home page at www.ctcleanenergy.com for announcements relating to CEFIA.

CCEF websiteWe will update this page regularly as new information about CEFIA becomes available. In the meantime, please continue to visit the CCEF website for information about programs and initiatives currently available in Connecticut. Also, listed to the left are links to organizations involved in Connecticut’s energy transformation. Please visit these sites to stay up-to-date with all of the exciting changes taking place.

Click here for Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority Board of Directors information.

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