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Connecticut Resources

Connecticut Green Building Council: The Connecticut Green Building Council is a non-profit 501(c3) organization that seeks to improve the quality of life in Connecticut through the promotion of intelligently designed and constructed high performance energy efficient buildings.

The Mark Twain House: When Mark Twain built his Victorian mansion in 1874, it was the epitome of a modern home, with features such as central heating, hot and cold running water and gas lighting fixtures that were uncommon in homes of the period. One hundred and thirty years later, the new Museum Center on the grounds of Twain's restored Hartford home is a leader in its own right, becoming the first museum in the nation, and the first building of any kind in Connecticut, to attain LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

Connecticut Clean Energy Fund: The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF) was created by the Connecticut General Assembly and is administered and managed by Connecticut Innovations, a quasi-public organization. CCEF is promoting the development and commercialization of clean energy technologies and is stimulating markets for electricity from clean renewable sources.

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