Conn. Fund to Spend $2 M to Push Renewable Energy

[Republican-American] With high energy costs hard to ignore, the state is pushing to make renewable energy sources such as fuel cells or solar panels more attractive to businesses. The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund will pay up to $2 million in grants for businesses to set up such renewable energy generating facilities at their sites. The fund has a total of $21 million to try to stimulate demand for installing renewable energy plants at buildings statewide.
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