On June 17th, 2011 Connecticut passed legislation that consolidates the development and implementation of Connecticut’s environmental and energy policy within a new, expanded Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP). Although it is still waiting to be signed by the governor, signs point towards approval as he has spoken out in support of the bill. The bill will affect the solar market on two different levels: residential solar production and commercial facilities less than one megawatt. A summary of the bill can be found here (see page 4 of the summary of the effects of the residential portion of this bill).
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