Energy Licensing Compliance Guide
High-voltage power lines

Connecticut Energy Industry Licensing

Licensing requirements for energy industry companies in Connecticut.

This page provides an overview of energy industry licensing in Connecticut for businesses. You will find state requirements, application fees, ongoing reporting due dates, and more. For assistance with licensing, please contact us to learn about our software and managed license services.

Filter LicensesClear Filters
Company Licenses
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)

Company Licenses

Connecticut Energy Company Licenses

Connecticut Electric Aggregator Certificate of Registration

Agency:Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection - Public Utilities Regulatory Authority
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:Yes
Fact Checked:8/13/19

Initial Registration

Form:

Electric Aggregator Application

Agency Fee:

$0

Original Ink:Required
Notarize:Required

Renewal Not Required

Not required



Connecticut Electricity Supplier License

Agency:Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection - Public Utilities Regulatory Authority

Initial Registration

Form:

Electric Supplier Application

Agency Fee:

$1,000

Registration Renewal

Form:

Electric Supplier Review Application

Agency Fee:

$250

Due:

At least 45 days prior to the 5 year anniversary of the issuance or last review of the license. 

Connecticut Natural Gas Broker License

Not required



Natural Gas Agent/Aggregator, Broker, or Consultant licensure is not required on the State level in Connecticut.

More information: Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection - Public Utilities Regulatory Authority

Connecticut Natural Gas Supplier License

Agency:Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection - Public Utilities Regulatory Authority

Initial Registration

Form:

Natural Gas Supplier Registration Form

Agency Fee:

$500

Registration Renewal

Form:

Natural Gas Supplier Registration Form (Renewal)

Agency Fee:

$500

Due:

Renewal applications must be submitted annually by July 15 but licenses expire on September 30.

© 2012 - 2020 Harbor Compliance. All rights reserved. Harbor Compliance does not provide tax, financial, or legal advice. Use of our services does not create an attorney-client relationship. Harbor Compliance is not acting as your attorney and does not review information you provide to us for legal accuracy or sufficiency. Access to our website is subject to our Terms of Use and Service Agreement.