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Matt Ranelli Reappointed to Connecticut Green Bank Board

March 28, 2016

Matthew Ranelli, a partner with Shipman & Goodwin LLP, has been reappointed to the Board of Directors of the Connecticut Green Bank, the nation’s first green bank. Senate President Pro Tempore, Martin Looney, appointed Mr. Ranelli to a third term on the Board. The Green Bank is a national leader in using limited public dollars to attract private capital investment to accelerate the use of clean energy in Connecticut. It offers innovative low-cost financing to encourage homeowners, companies, municipalities and other institutions to install renewable energy and efficiency measures.

Mr. Ranelli practices from the firm’s New Haven and Hartford offices in energy, land use and environmental matters. He represents municipalities, developers, schools, and other end-users regarding green building standards, energy conservation and efficiency projects and managing energy options. He assists public and private clients before local and state agencies and in state court seeking wetlands and zoning approvals.  Mr. Ranelli also handles environmental litigation matters including state and federal Superfund actions, site remediation, enforcement defense and environmental permitting.

Mr. Ranelli has served as chairman of the Environmental Law Section of the Connecticut Bar Association (CBA), chairman of CBA’s Planning and Zoning Section and chairman of the Environmental Law Committee of the New Haven County Bar Association. He is a LEED Accredited Professional.

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