Public may comment on state's energy efficiency programs

Hartford - The Connecticut Energy Efficiency Board will host a public input session to help create the 2014 updates of the 2013-15 Conservation and Load Management Plan, from 9:30 a.m. to noon May 8 at the Phoenix Auditorium at the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection headquarters, 79 Elm St.

The board is seeking input as part of its collaborative process with utility companies, DEEP, interested stakeholders, and the general public for formulating the scheduled updates on the Conservation and Load Management Plan. The plan provides recommendations to DEEP and the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority about the allocation of Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund resources for energy efficiency programs and related activities. The board is interested in receiving comments about current allocations and potential improvements or changes parties would like the board to consider. The current plan and related documentation may be found online at:

A record of public input becomes part of the plan itself. The board’s analysis of suggestions and feedback on the input will appear in a special section of the plan updates to be filed later in the year. For this reason, it is very important that parties provide documentation of comments, preferably in advance of the session.

Documents should be forwarded to: Electronic copies of remarks should be provided no later than May 13.

There is no formal advance registration for the May 8 meeting, but those who plan to attend should send an advance email to:

For information, call Tim Cole, executive secretary of the board, at: (860) 874-7134 or at:


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