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Casino, Millstone bills clear a committee hurdle


Not without drama, the legislature's Appropriations Committee voted Monday to approve and send to the Senate two of the session's most controversial bills: one affecting the profitability of the...

Summer electricity generation rates to rise

Matt Pilon |

Eversource electric ratepayers will see higher standard-service generation rates starting July 1, the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority announced Thursday.

Eversource books higher 1Q profits

Matt Pilon |

Eversource said Thursday that its first-quarter profits climbed 6.3 percent, driven by increases across its electricity business.

Complaints persist even as shared solar (finally) nears finish line

Jan Ellen Spiegel | CT Mirror |

Shared solar, a concept that can provide solar power to many of those who otherwise can’t get it, has been on the radar in Connecticut since 2012. After years of delays it may finally be close...

Hydroponic farming takes root in CT

Karen Ali Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Connecticut produces a mere 1 percent or so of the fruits and vegetables eaten by its residents.

UTRC aims to revolutionize grid-scale battery storage

Matt Pilon |

Like a number of other environmentally progressive states, Connecticut has set ambitious goals to dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions over the next three decades.

Electricity demand could peak higher this summer

Matt Pilon |

Summer electricity demand in New England this year could reach a higher peak than last summer, New England's grid operator said Wednesday.

Nonprofit solar installer enters CT market

Matt Pilon |

The Connecticut Green Bank has established a new partnership with a nonprofit solar installer, which revealed its first Connecticut project on Thursday.

Efficient CT homes win plaudits in ‘Zero Energy Challenge’

Matt Pilon |

Energize Connecticut this week named the winners of its seventh annual Zero Energy Challenge, which recognizes high-efficiency homes that consume little to no energy.

Greenskies to build solar array in hometown

Matt Pilon |

Greenskies Renewable Energy has signed a contract with its home city of Middletown to construct a ground-mounted solar array.

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