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The Bureau of Energy and Technology Policy (BETP) manages local, state and regional energy policy issues for the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) with the goal of establishing a clean, economical and reliable energy future for all residents.
At BETP, staff members develop plans and policies to implement Connecticut’s Comprehensive Energy Strategy, oversee the invention and enforcement of energy efficiency programs with the Energy Efficiency Board, administer the state’s Weatherization Assistance Program, pursue efforts to advance renewable energy policies and projects, and apply the state's Climate Change Action Plan as needed.
Additionally, BETP often engages with the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA), an independent regulatory body that oversees the state’s electric and gas utilities, as well as telecommunications companies to achieve joint goals.
The following links will aid in navigating through any of the above topics and provide further information on BETP:
2019 Offshore Wind Procurement | Affordable and Reliable Electricity Procurement | Microgrid Grant and Loan Program | Siting Clean Energy on Connecticut Brownfields | Shared Clean Energy Facility (SCEF) Statewide Program | Shared Clean Energy Facility (SCEF) Pilot Program
Energy Price and Supply InformationOil – Gas – Propane Prices | US Energy Information Administration (EIA) | Avoided Energy Supply Components in New England: 2018 Report (October 2018 Update)
Strategic PartnersConnecticut Energy Efficiency Board (EEB) | Connecticut Green Bank | Low-Income Energy Advisory Board (LIEAB) | Energize Connecticut | Connecticut Energy Workforce Development Consortium (CTEWDC)
Connecticut Climate Change | EV Connecticut | Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) | Energy Assistance Programs | US Department of Energy: Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy | State and Local Energy Efficiency Action Network (SEE Action) | Test Bed Program
Questions? Contact the Energy Bureau at DEEP.EnergyBureau@ct.gov.