Green Mountain Energy files license application in Connecticut

“We are pleased to submit our application to the DPUC,” said Carrie Cullen Hitt, Green Mountain Energy Co. director of regional development. “We hope to move through the process quickly and are looking forward to offering Green Mountain Energy power blends that feature cleaner and renewable sources to consumers in the Connecticut market as soon as the licensing process is complete. Our goal is to be licensed and ready to serve customers in Connecticut by the end of this year.”

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