The Malloy administration’s ratepayer financed methane (natural gas) infrastructure build-out has become a self-justified Ponzi scheme that both exploits the utility ratepayers of Connecticut and creates serious environmental and energy liabilities for the state going forward.
How much does each of us Connecticut residents contribute, on average, to the portion of the current DEEP budget devoted to environmental protection, according the Connecticut Council on Environmental Quality? If Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has his way, we will be paying less next year.
As the legislature begins its review of Gov. Dannel Malloy’s proposed budget, investment in environmental sustainability should be a top concern, and should be reflected in funds allocated to the Department Energy and Environmental Protection.