Category Archives: Energy Production

What Is the Dept of Energy and Environmental Protection Hiding?

On December 24, 2012 the Connecticut Energy Marketers Association [formerly ICPA], filed a Freedom of Information Act [FOIA] request on the Office of the Commissioner of the Dept of Energy and Environmental Protection and the Executive Secretary of the Public … Continue reading

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Connecticut Needs an Energy Policy That Is Balanced, Responsible and Market-Driven, Not One Focused only on Natural Gas

On behalf of Connecticut’s 600 heating oil and propane retailers and their Connecticut-based 13,000 employees, we are pleased to offer our initial reaction to Governor Malloy’s announcement today regarding the beginning of the state’s energy policy plan.  We welcome the … Continue reading

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State of Connecticut’s Looming Energy Policy Debacle

There is much being made of an evolving state energy plan. While we support encouragement for energy conservation as we encourage it with our customers every day, we do not support government making choices for consumers or picking winners and … Continue reading

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Gas Prices Are Too High – Why and What We Can Do

This week the U.S. Department of Energy announced that America has seen the largest decline in demand for refined petroleum products since 1997. In fact, as a nation we have reduced our demand for gasoline every year since 2007, and … Continue reading

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Our Nation Needs Expanded Energy Production

America has a $14 trillion economy and to run that economy takes a great deal of energy from many resources. Oil, coal, nuclear, natural gas and renewables all play key roles in making sure that, whether at home or on … Continue reading

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