2018 Comprehensive Energy Strategy (CES)
The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) has prepared an update to the CES to advance the State’s goal to create a cheaper, cleaner, more reliable energy future for Connecticut’s residents and businesses. By statute, DEEP is required to periodically update the CES to assess and plan for all energy needs in the state, including, but not limited to, electricity, heating, cooling and transportation.
Comprehensive Energy Strategy Background
In 2012, the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) developed the first-ever Comprehensive Energy Strategy (CES) for the State of Connecticut – an assessment and Strategy for all residential, commercial, and industrial energy issues, including energy efficiency, industry, electricity, natural gas, and transportation.
2017 Comprehensive Energy Strategy
Demand Response October 27, 2016 Meeting Presentations
If you are interested in being on the list to participate or receive updates on the development of the Strategy, please complete the Stakeholder Request Form and submit to the address indicated on the form.
2013 Connecticut Comprehensive Energy Strategy - Final
Executive Summary (PDF)
Final 2013 Connecticut Comprehensive Energy Strategy - Appendix F - Comments Grid (PDF)
- Draft Plan
- Executive Summary
- Technical Appendices
- Public Notice - October 5
- Public Notice - October 26
- Press Release
- Governor Malloy's Speech
- Reference Materials
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Any questions on the above-referenced processes should be addressed to DEEP.EnergyBureau@CT.gov
Content last updated January 2020