This podcast episode highlights climate action at the international, national, state, and local levels.
Nationwide, most people aren’t able to put solar panels on their roofs—because they rent, live in an apartment or other multi-family housing, or their roof is too shady or otherwise unsuitable. In Connecticut, about 80% of residents are unable to do rooftop solar.
On September 29, 2015, Connecticut joined the International Zero-Emission Vehicle Alliance, which aims to accelerate the deployment of zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) around the world.
In this episode, Megan Saunders, the Executive Director of Stamford 2030, joins us to explain what the Stamford 2030 District and its partners are doing to make Stamford a model of sustainability and resiliency.
RGGI is a cap-and-trade program that was established in 2005 by a group of northeastern and mid-Atlantic states, including Connecticut.
This episode discusses two exciting recent developments in efforts to combat climate change: Governor Malloy’s newly formed Council on Climate Change, or GC3, and the Pope’s climate encyclical.
Episode #8: Fuel Cell Vehicles This episode explains how hydrogen fuel cell vehicles work, provides some background about their history, and takes a look at hydrogen fueling station infrastructure. It then looks more closely at what fuel cell vehicles are currently available, the benefits and challenges of fuel cell vehicles, and what the future might […]
Episode #8: CHEAPR On May 19, Governor Malloy announced the Connecticut Hydrogen and Electric Automobile Purchase Rebate (CHEAPR), a new rebate program for electric vehicles. Connecticut residents, businesses, and municipalities can get a point-of-sale rebate of up to $3,000 on battery electric vehicles, fuel cell electric vehicles, and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. The governor has […]