The National Climate Bank Act introduced this year is based in part on successful projects in Connecticut and New York.
The industry sees fuels made from vegetable oils, animal fats and other sources as a path to net-zero emissions.
The regional grid operator’s long-term capacity auctions have become key to developers’ state siting applications.
While each state wants to be the hub offshore wind, experts say there should be plenty of opportunity for both to succeed.
Advocates in Connecticut are working to better educate state lawmakers on the benefits of energy efficiency programs.