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Emission Reduction Credit Registry

The following table is a list of available NOx Continuous Emission Reduction Credits (CERCs) registered by the State of Connecticut as of November 4, 2020:
 

CERCs may be subject to discounting upon use pursuant to 40 CFR 51.165(a)(3)(i).

Company Name
Contact
Pollutant
Source
Reduction Method
Tons/Year
(Vintage)
Norwalk Harbor LLC
Nicholas Volturno
717-357-0340
NOx
Two Boilers and one Gas Turbine
Shutdown
22
(2013)
Williams Companies, Inc.
Randall Lack
281-207-7213
NOx
Covanta Wallingford Municipal Waste Combustors
Shutdown
107
(2014) 
PSEG Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT
Ed Gusciora
203-551-6032
NOx
Charles Poletti Power Plant
Astoria NY

Shutdown
62
(2007)
PSEG Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT
Ed Gusciora
203-551-6032
VOC
GATX SI, Inc
500 Western Ave
Staten Island NY

Shutdown
16
(1999)
FPLE Rhode Island , State Energy Partners, L.P, Johnston, RI
Richard Piper
NOx
Anchor Glass, Killingly
Shutdown
37
(1999)
US Naval Submarine Base
Groton, CT
Michael Brown
860-694-5159
NOx
Boiler S1
Shutdown
8
(1998)
 
Please contact Michael LaFleur at Michael.LaFleur@ct.gov or (860) 424-3462 if you have questions or need any additional information.
 
This registry is for informational purposes only. Parties using the information contained herein are solely responsible for verifying legal ownership and the validity of CERCs. CERCs may be subject to restrictions described in an applicable Trading Agreement and Order. Registration of CERCs is a separate process from approval of the use of CERCs through the permitting process to offset a particular increase in nonattainment pollutant emissions.
 
Content Last Updated: on November 4, 2020