Welcome to CEAB
Public Act 11-80, An Act Concerning the Establishment of the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and Planning for Connecticut's Energy Future, reconstitutes the Connecticut Energy Advisory Board (CEAB) and modifies its mission as of July 1, 2011.
The Board shall report to the General Assembly on the status of programs administered by the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection; consult with the Commissioner of Energy and Environmental Protection regarding the integrated resource plan developed pursuant to section 16a-3a of the General Statutes; and review, within available resources, requests from the General Assembly.
CEAB Guiding Principles
Citizens and businesses in Connecticut must have access to a safe, affordable, diverse and reliable energy supply.
Connecticut's policy makers must act in forums where the state's energy interests can be advanced.
Connecticut's policy makers must act in a coordinated fashion on both a state and regional basis to address energy issues.