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Wave Energy Development - A Reality for Connecticut

Rocky Hill, Conn., December 10, 2001 - It's official. Wave energy technology is coming to Connecticut. After meeting in September to discuss Connecticut's role in the development and commercialization of wave energy, the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CEF) and Energetech came to an agreement this month. 

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CEF Announces Fuel Cell Initiative in Joint Legislative Committee Meeting

Hartford, Conn., December 2001 - In 1998, Connecticut's General Assembly had a vision to develop a fund to foster the growth of renewable energy in the state to benefit Connecticut ratepayers. From that piece of legislation, the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CEF) was created and established in 1999.

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Connecticut Clean Energy Fund receives 31 fuel cell proposals

Rocky Hill, Conn., November 30, 2001 - Thirty one. That's the number of proposals the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CEF) received after it issued its Fuel Cell Initiative Request for Proposal (RFP). Nineteen. That's the number of companies who submitted proposals.  

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Clean Energy Fund Teams up with enXco to Build Pipeline of Wind Energy Projects

Rocky Hill, Conn., November 27, 2001 - The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CEF), a renewable energy investment fund administered by Connecticut Innovations, today announced it has provided funding to create a new company with wind developer enXco. The newly formed company, Northeast Renewable Energy, LLC, (NRE) will concentrate on finding optimal wind sites in New England as well as to build a pipeline of potential wind energy projects.

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Connecticut Clean Energy Fund Invests $1.5 Million in Proton Energy Systems

ROCKY HILL, Conn., November 15, 2001 - The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CEF) recently announced the completion of $1.5 million in funding for Rocky Hill-based Proton Energy Systems, Inc. to accelerate the company's development and commercialization of regenerative fuel cell products. Proton Energy is a leader in practical applications of Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) electrochemical technology and products. This partnership with CEF marks a significant step in strengthening Connecticut's leadership position in the global fuel cell industry.

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Help Connecticut Join the National Green Building Movement

Rocky Hill, Conn., October 1, 2001 - Discover buildings that are better for our health, reduce absenteeism, increase employee performance and productivity, provide a better long-term return on your investment, and save energy. To find out how, join us at the Connecticut Green Building Council kick-off meeting.

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Renewable Energy is at Work Here in Connecticut

Rocky Hill, Conn., October 2001 - The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CEF) wants Connecticut residents to witness first-hand the power of renewable energy. The fund is sponsoring Clean Energy Day, Saturday, October 13 - a free day of activities highlighting solar power, hydropower and energy efficiency in Connecticut.

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Wave Energy Development - A Possibility for Connecticut

Rocky Hill, Conn., September 25, 2001 - It was a meeting of the minds to explore the possibility of bringing wave energy technology to the State of Connecticut. The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CEF) welcomed international wave energy experts this week to discuss how Connecticut may become a major player in the development and commercialization of wave energy.

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Wave Energy Technology Coming to CT? It's Certainly A Possibility

Rocky Hill, Conn., September 24, 2001 - Two international wave energy experts will be meeting with the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CEF) this week to determine how Connecticut can become a major player in wave energy development.

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Clean Energy Message Delivered to School Administrators

Rocky Hill, Conn., September 21, 2001 - Sarah Zisa and Kassie Rohrbach, two students at Connecticut College, had one goal in mind when they convinced fellow students to pay an additional $25 in student activities fees this year. The goal was to contribute to a cleaner environment. The additional funds contributed by the student body, along with bake sales organized by the two girls and their friends, enabled the college to become the first in the nation to purchase 100% Green-e certified power.

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