The 10 Clean Energy Policy Principles are designed to guide an economy-wide transition to clean energy and a net-zero electricity supply in Connecticut by 2040. They have been written to address and integrate business interests in addition to climate and energy goals.
Business leaders from more than 40 companies who believe scaling clean energy in Connecticut is good for business met over the course of a year to draft the clean energy policy principles. This eﬀort was led by CT Energy Future.
CT Energy Future is an assembly of interested businesses and partner organizations, the Connecticut Sustainable Business Council, the Nature Conservancy, and the CT Green Bank working together to create a uniﬁed business voice for clean energy policy.
For-proﬁt companies, social enterprises, B-Corporations, hospitals, and universities are eligible.
If you are authorized to represent your company, simply click this link to sign on and submit your company logo.
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Your logo will appear on the CT Energy Future website and be visible on materials that reference the policy principle signatories. We will not mention speciﬁc companies or speak on your behalf to the media without prior, written consent.
By signing on in support, Connecticut businesses will demonstrate to policymakers that scaling aﬀordable and reliable clean energy can be both good for and supported by the business community.
They will be leveraged with policymakers to advance aﬀordable and reliable clean energy in the state.
To share and discuss the policy principles with legislative and other policy leaders interested in hearing the voice of the business community and to consider possible policy actions that would help fulﬁll the principles.
No. The principles are designed as broad statements of support for why clean energy is important to the business community and what needs to happen at scale for businesses to be able to cost-effectively integrate clean energy into their business.
Yes. We will circulate periodic updates to all signatories.
We have live and virtual events and meetings planned throughout the year. You can also explore opportunities to “champion” the principles by reaching out to our team.