Producing the Power of Tomorrow, Today

CCEF looks to achieve a marriage between “sustainable” and “renewable” power - investing in renewable energy technologies that produce “clean” power. The clean and renewable energy sources that are of interest to the fund include those listed in the sidebar.

By state law, clean energies do not involve the combustion of coal, petroleum, petroleum products, or municipal solid waste - or nuclear fission. Fuel cells and landfill gas are often challenged for their inclusion under Class 1 because they do not meet the technical scientific definitions, but they are considered Class 1 under the statutory definition.

CCEF has many programs that support the growth of clean energy awareness and utilization in Connecticut.



 
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