Clean Energy Fund Seeks Outside Input

[] The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF) has issued a draft of its “Call for Applications for Operational Demonstration Projects” for public comment. One of CCEF’s central goals is to promote the development of the clean energy technology industry in Connecticut. The Operational Demonstration Program assists CCEF in achieving this goal by making funds available to early stage clean energy projects that rely on the innovative use or application of renewable energy resources or technology. Funding is available under this Program to demonstrate new technologies or technology applications of renewable energy generation resources including wind, solar, fuel cells, wave power, biomass, landfill gas resources, certain types of hydropower, and other resources and technologies eligible for CCEF funding. All are invited to comment on this Program Opportunity by July 15, 2005. CCEF says this offers an opportunity for the public and interested companies to have input into the process. A draft is available for viewing on their website at the link below. Comments and questions can be emailed to CCEF’s intention is to post the final solicitation on their website by the last week of July 2005.
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