Reliable and clean energy a key election issue

Reliable and clean energy a key election issue

(Hartford Business Journal, 10/1/18)

In HBJ’s Sept. 17 article (“Could clean energy become an election issue?”) a survey by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research found 73 percent of Connecticut voters support moving our state to 100 percent renewable energy over the next decade.

This comes as no surprise as state residents appreciate energy reliability, clean air and the jobs created by the clean energy industry. And while cost, durability and energy storage remain issues to be addressed, Connecticut is on a trajectory to achieve this goal for cleaner, cheaper and more reliable energy.

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