Supporters split the bipartisan proposals into separate bills this session in hopes of overcoming opposition.
After the local homeowners association rejected his proposal, Joey Myles became a solar advocate at the state legislature.
State Rep. Larry Strickland is now tasked along with 10 other conferees to produce a compromise on the controversial bill.
The governor and legislature can’t agree on who ultimately controls $92 million in clean transportation money.
Advocates in Connecticut are working to better educate state lawmakers on the benefits of energy efficiency programs.