CT Businesses Have Tools to Fight Rising Energy Costs
In an article for the Hartford Business Journal, Energy attorney Lee D. Hoffman discusses several energy efficiency programs and incentives that Connecticut businesses should consider to mitigate the impact of imminent energy price hikes in the state.
With electricity and natural gas costs expected to rise dramatically as of January 1, 2022, Lee notes, "it pays to revisit Connecticut's energy programs."
Lee explains the significant incentives and potential cost savings available for businesses looking to develop their capacity for renewable power generation, adopt and build electric vehicle infrastructure, or simply update outdated equipment. To read the full article, please visit www.hartfordbusiness.com.