Could CT's Approach To Clean Energy Be A National Model?

Law360, New York (November 2, 2012, 12:39 PM EDT) -- For years, states have been searching for the right balance of incentives for clean energy programs. A number of states, including Massachusetts, New Jersey and California, have attempted to encourage solar power development and the creation of renewable energy infrastructure and jobs by requiring utilities to purchase solar energy.

These states have restructured their electric industry so that their utilities no longer own the sources of power generation. As a result, they require that utilities purchase a certain percentage of the power they sell to customers...
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