Connecticut State Compliance
|Docket No.||Docket Title|
|04-06-11||Application of Tractebel Energy Services, Inc. for an Electric Supplier License|
|10-03-14||Application of GDF Suez Energy Resources NA, Inc. for a Renewal of an Electric Supplier License|
|10-06-24||DPUC Review of the Current Status of the Competitive Supplier & Aggregator Market in CT & Marketing Practices & Conduct of Participants in That Market|
|13-07-18||PURA Establishment of Rules for Electric Suppliers & Electric Distribution Companies Concerning Operations & Marketing in the Electric Retail Market|
|14-05-38||PURA Investigation into Electric Suppliers’ Compliance with Conn. Gen. Stat. §16-245O(G)(1)|
|14-07-19||PURA Investigation into Redesign of the Residential Electric Billing Format|
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As of October 21, 2020 in Connecticut, suppliers may not market products as “renewable energy” unless the offer is supported by an ownership in or a PPA for a renewable resource used to serve the contract. RECs may originate only from ISO-NE, New York ISO, or PJM control areas and RECs may originate only from sources designed as Class 1.