Green groups in Connecticut were pushing for a 100% carbon free mandate, protections on pipeline methane leaks, stronger energy efficiency programs and reducing fossil fuel reliance, but “none of that was taken into consideration,” in this bill, Senior Policy Advocate and Connecticut Director at Acadia Center Amy McLean Salls told Utility Dive.

“The industry really feels that any cap on virtual net metering is not okay. So that’s one of the things that didn’t go the way I think that the advocates would have liked,” said McLean Salls.

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