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Connecticut's Clean Energy Communities Makes its Debut

HARTFORD, Conn., November 16, 2004 - The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF) announced a new program today - Connecticut's Clean Energy Communities. This program will offer a free solar energy system to municipalities that commit to purchase clean energy representing 20% of their electricity use by 2010. The program also requires their residents and businesses to sign up directly for the clean energy choice option available early next year through Connecticut Light & Power and United Illuminating. The program was created to support statewide efforts to increase the use of clean energy and demonstrate that clean energy systems are viable throughout the state.

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CONNECTICUT CLEAN ENERGY FUND ANNOUNCES "PROJECT 100" FORUM

ROCKY HILL, Conn., October 29, 2004 - The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF) announced today that the inaugural "Project 100" forum is scheduled for November 16, 2004 at 1:00 p.m. at the Legislative Office Building, 300 Capitol Avenue, Hartford, CT 06103.

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CONNECTICUT CLEAN ENERGY FUND LAUNCHES "PROJECT 100"

ROCKY HILL, Conn., October 20, 2004 -The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF) announced today "Project 100",a clean energy initiative supporting new landmark legislation promoting the development and funding of Class I renewable energy resources.

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The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund is making available $1.8 Million in the form of rebates to state r

ROCKY HILL, Conn., October 4, 2004 - Homeowners seeking to lower their electric bills by adding solar photovoltaic (PV) systems to their rooftops can now contact participating installation companies. These professional contractors are authorized to obtain the rebates which will lower the cost of the solar energy system, by approximately one half, under the clean energy incentive program.

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Farmington Teacher Gets Clean Energy Lesson

June 14, 2004 - Sponsored by the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund, Farmington High School science teacher Laura Butterfield Ph.D. will spend eight weeks in Colorado this summer taking part in a prestigious national energy and science program developed for teachers by the Department of Energy's Office of Science.

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CCEF Approves New Residential Solar PV Program

ROCKY HILL, Conn., May 20, 2004 - The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF) has approved $2 million for a new residential solar photovoltaic (PV) program to complement its existing commercial solar PV program. By making PV technology more affordable for homeowners, the new funding is expected to significantly boost residential use of solar PV statewide.

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Connecticut Clean Energy Fund Announces 2003 Fuel Cell Request for Proposals

January 7, 2004 - Following on its first two successful fuel cell solicitations, the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF) has released its third annual Request for Proposals (RFP) for near-commercial fuel cell demonstration projects. The CCEF has allocated up to $4 million for the 2003 RFP. This year's solicitation seeks notable fuel cell demonstration projects that advance the state of technology and accelerate the pace of commercialization of fuel cells.

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CONNECTICUT CLEAN ENERGY FUND ISSUES REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) FOR SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC (PV) PROJECT

ROCKY HILL, Conn., January 2, 2004 - The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF) has announced its continuing support for Solar Photovoltaics with a new three- year program for PV installations on commercial, industrial and institutional buildings. Photovoltaics, a non-polluting clean energy technology, directly converts sunlight into electricity. The program is intended to demonstrate to Connecticut citizens that Solar PV is a viable technology that is available today and works efficiently right here in the Nutmeg state. The RFP will seek proposals over the next three years and provide funding to projects that demonstrate Solar PV as a viable clean energy resource in Connecticut.

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