The Commissioner of Energy and Environmental Protection has provided notice to the Attorney General of an abnormal market disruption regarding the wholesale price of motor gasoline or gasohol. Pursuant to Conn. Gen. Stat. ยง 42-234, no seller of motor gasoline or gasohol shall sell, or offer to sell, an energy resource at an unconscionably excessive price between May 20, 2022 and June 19, 2022.


Providing CUTPA Complaints to the Attorney General’s Office

Conn. Gen. Stat. § CGS 42-110g(c), requires that:

[u]pon commencement of any action brought under subsection (a) of this section, the plaintiff shall mail a copy of the complaint to the Attorney General and the Commissioner of Consumer Protection and, upon entry of any judgment or decree in the action, shall mail a copy of such judgment or decree to the Attorney General and the Commissioner of Consumer Protection.

The Office of the Attorney General has a dedicated email address for the filing of all complaints and other documents pursuant to § CGS 42-110g(c):  Please direct all such filings to the Attorney General’s Office to this email address.

Attorneys wishing to file a complaint with the State of Connecticut under the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act (“CUTPA”) should file electronically.  Attorneys may satisfy their requirements under Conn. Gen. Stat. § 42-110g(c) via electronic transmission to this email address:  The complaint document must be attached as a searchable PDF file, and the case caption should be included in the subject line of the email.  Upon receipt, a copy of the submission will be forwarded directly to both the Attorney General’s Office and the Consumer Protection Section, and an auto response email confirming receipt will be issued to the sender.  Attorneys should not send general inquiries to this email and not to add the box to their service lists.