EPA has created Regulation Navigation (Reg Nav) tools to help owners and operators of facilities in certain industries determine the requirements of specific regulations. Reg Nav tools are online and interactive, and use the information entered to assess potential regulatory requirements. Reg Nav tools are available for the following regulations:
Presenter: David McIntosh & Glen Eigo (CL&P/Yankee Gas)
Learn about energize Connecticut (EnergizeCT), a partnership of the Energy Efficiency Fund, the Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority, and local electric and gas utilities, an initiative to help consumers save money and use clean, affordable energy throughout the CT.
Presenter: William Leahy (Institute of Sustainable Energy at ECSU)
Learn about Connecticut Green Leaf Schools which aims to provide effective environmental and sustainability education, improve the health and wellness of students and staff, and reduce the environmental impact and costs of operating schools as well as the process of becoming a Green Leaf School.
On December 20, 2012, EPA finalized changes to Clean Air Act standards for area source boilers (NESHAP 40 CFR 63, Subpart JJJJJJ).
Subsequently, DEEP has created a series of online training modules designed to help owners/operators of boilers, at area sources, determine the requirements they must fulfill in order to comply with the area source boiler rule.
On January 30, 2013, EPA finalized changes to Clean Air Act standards for stationary reciprocating internal combustion engines (RICE) (NESHAP 40 CFR 63, Subpart ZZZZ), of all sizes, located at area and major sources.
Subsequently, DEEP has created a series of online training modules designed to help owners/operators of stationary RICE determine the requirements they must fulfill in order to comply with the RICE rule.