Transformation of Connecticut's transportation system is vital to meeting Connecticut's clean air goals. Moving from polluting fossil fuels to cleaner, renewable fuels will alleviate environmental impacts for all Connecticut residents.
Mobile source pollution accounts for a majority of all air pollution emitted in Connecticut and throughout the Northeast.
Implementation of the Connecticut Low Emission Vehicle (LEV) program helps to meet health-based air pollution standards, achieve significant air quality benefits, reduce people’s exposure to harmful air pollutants from motor vehicle exhaust, and help to bring the best and cleanest new car technology to Connecticut’s consumers.
Connecticut's clean vehicle future depends largely on the mass-market adoption of electric vehicles.
EVConnecticut explains how you can save money on your next electric vehicle purchase, shows you where and how you can charge your car, answers basic questions about EVs and much more!
An environmental footprint is a measure of how much our individual actions impact the earth. Driving a car has a significant impact on the environment, from the resources used to manufacture the vehicle, how and how much we drive, to the final disposal of the vehicle. You can greatly reduce your footprint by following some of these simple tips.
Content last updated January 28, 2020