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Connecticut Utilities Will Offer Green Power in 2005

On October 20, the Connecticut Department of Public Utility Control issued a final decision calling for the state's two default distribution utilities to offer a renewable energy service beginning in 2005. Under the order, customers of Connecticut Light and Power and United Illuminating will have the option of choosing a 50% or 100% renewable energy service to be supplied and marketed by third-party companies selected by competitive bid. The renewable energy sources used to supply the products will be additional to those used for compliance with the state's renewable portfolio standard.

News Release - DPUC Gives Nod to CL&P and UI to Begin Procurement Process to Acquire Environmentally-Friendly Power for New Service Offering

News Article - State utilities to begin offering 'green power' next year - No longer online Newsday.com



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