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Climate Solutions for the Northeast to take place in Hartford

Hartford, Conn., May 7, 2003 - Clean Air Cool Planet, the Northeast's leading nonprofit organization dedicated to finding and promoting solutions to global warming, has announced its plan to spotlight the Regional Climate Change Action efforts in the Northeast states and Eastern Canadian provinces. This will be the first conference focusing exclusively on the solutions and leadership necessary to meet climate action goals adopted by the governors of the New England states, New Jersey and New York, and by the premiers of the eastern Canadian provinces.

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The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund Invites Professional Engineers to Assist with Photovoltaic Program

Rocky Hill, Conn., May 5, 2003 - The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF) is soliciting statements of qualifications and proposals from firms with a professional engineer (PE) or an individual PE to assist with the inspection, monitoring and verification of its Photovoltaic (PV) Program installations. The program was developed to stimulate the PV market in Connecticut and foster the installation and operation of PV on Connecticut commercial, industrial and institutional buildings.

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Photovoltaic Projects To Assist With Relieving Electric Load Congestion in Connecticut

Rocky Hill, Conn., March 31, 2003 - The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF) today announced the selection of its Photovoltaic (PV) Program Request for Proposal (RFP) finalists. The CCEF received initial interest from 19 proposals comprising 24 projects under its Solar PV Program. These projects represented total investments of $3.6 million and requested $2.3 million in funding support. Eleven of the 19 proposals were selected for participation in the RFP, which determined the winners.

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Connecticut Collaborates to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Rocky Hill, Conn., March 21, 2003 - As Connecticut observes Energy Day, a celebration of this most essential resource, the state is also embarking on one of the most important initiatives in its history. A Governor's Steering Committee is developing a comprehensive plan to significantly reduce Connecticut's emission of greenhouse gases (GHG) that are contributing to global climate change. Leaders from key state agencies, including the Department of Environmental Protection, Public Utility Control, Transportation, Administrative Services, the Office of Policy and Management, and the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund, make up the committee.

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Connecticut Clean Energy Fund Holds its First Annual Fuel Cell Investment Summit

Uncasville, Conn., March 18, 2003 - At a time when the importance of fuel cell development is becoming more evident across the country, the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF), in collaboration with the U.S. Fuel Cell Council and Fuel Cells 2000, held its inaugural Fuel Cell Investment Summit to stimulate further investment and interest in the clean, reliable and environmentally friendly technology. The international event, which took place at the fuel cell-powered Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Conn., on March 17 and 18, had 22 exhibitors and over 200 attendees.

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Twenty-Four Proposals Selected for Second Phase of Connecticut Clean Energy Fund's 2002 Fuel Cell RF

Rocky Hill, Conn., February 26, 2003 - The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF) has selected 24 of the 60 proposals it received in response to the first phase of its 2002 Fuel Cell Request for Proposal (RFP), a program that promotes the commercial viability and development of fuel cell power generation. The participants chosen have to submit a round two proposal by April 1, 2003, to have their projects considered for funding.

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Connecticut Clean Energy Fund Receives 60 Fuel Cell Proposals

Rocky Hill, Conn., February 17, 2003 - The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF) has received 60 proposals in response to its 2002 Fuel Cell Request for Proposal (RFP). A total of 41 companies and 13 fuel cell manufacturers are represented within the prospective proposals. CCEF issued the 2002 RFP, following the success of the 2001 Fuel Cell RFP, which resulted in 31 proposals from 19 companies. The thrust of the CCEF fuel cell initiative is to promote clean, reliable distributed generation in Connecticut while also advancing the commercialization and acceptance of fuel cells.

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Connecticut Clean Energy Fund PV Program Questions & Answers

February 14, 2003 - QUESTION & ANSWERS

Question: Will projects that have a total project cost greater than $10 per watt installed be considered too expensive by the fund? Is there a maximum limit on total cost per installed system for proposed systems?

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Connecticut Clean Energy Fund Receives 19 Pre-applications for its First Solar PV Program

Rocky Hill, Conn., February 11, 2003 - The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF) announces that it has received 19 pre-applications, representing 24 separate projects, in response to its Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Program, created to stimulate the PV market and demonstrate the use of PV systems as a viable, distributed power-generation resource in Connecticut. Interested parties were requested to submit a pre-application by December 13, 2002, to qualify for participation in the Request for Proposal (RFP), issued on January 17, 2003. CCEF has made available up to $1,000,000 for projects ultimately selected.

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Connecticut Clean Energy Fund Releases 2002 Fuel Cell Request for Proposal

Rocky Hill, Conn., January 7, 2003 - Following the success of the 2001 Fuel Cell Request for Proposal (RFP), the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF) has recently issued the 2002 Fuel Cell RFP to promote clean, reliable distributed generation in Connecticut and the commercialization of fuel cells. The funding level for the 2002 Fuel Cell RFP could reach almost $9 million. In addition to the $8 million expected from CCEF, the Connecticut Light and Power Company (CL&P), administrator of the Energy Conservation and Load Management Fund (EC&LMF), has agreed to consider proposals for a joint project that integrates fuel cell application with energy conservation and load management measures. For this joint project, EC&LMF will make available approximately $800,000.

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