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Community Clean Energy Forum

February 27 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

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The 2018 Connecticut Legislative Session is upon us and CCE is working hard to win big for clean energy! CCE and our partners are hosting a town-hall style forum in Branford to talk about out where our state is headed and to tell you how you can help to move our state towards a clean energy future! Join us for a discussion about reducing our state’s dependence on fossil fuels and accelerating deployment of clean, renewable energy in CT. Learn about the new Comprehensive Energy Strategy and get updates on bills being considered before the legislature. You will also hear from the House Chairperson of the Energy & Technology committee, Representative Lonnie Reed, on where she sees Connecticut headed on clean energy. The program will include a short panel discussion with energy policy experts, followed by a Q&A session for members of the public. Following the event, attendees will be welcome to network and sample some delicious locally brewed adult beverages from Stony Creek Brewery!
Issues to be discussed at the public forum include:
• Connecticut’s continued over-reliance on fracked gas and dirty nuclear power
• The need for community shared solar programs in CT
• Strengthening Connecticut’s Renewable Portfolio Standard goals Come learn about Connecticut’s energy strategy and have your voice heard on why a clean, fossil-free energy future is important to you!

Who: CCE, CT Fund for the Environment, CT Chapter Sierra Club, Clean Water Action, 350CT, Rep Lonnie Reed, and others
What: Community Clean Energy Forum
When: Tuesday, February 27,, from 6:00pm-7:30pm
Where: Stony Creek Brewery, 5 Indian Neck Ave, Branford, CT
Thank you for joining us. We hope to see you there!
All of Us at CCE

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February 27
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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