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Consumer Counsel seeks federal support for energy assistance

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut Consumer Counsel Elin Swanson Katz joined a national fight this week to preserve federal funding for energy assistance programs for low-income residents.

Acadia: No 'arbitrary' cap on distributed solar

Matt Pilon |

The nonprofit Acadia Center says it's concerned about a possible decline in the growth of customer-sited solar installations.

Eversource 2Q profits up 13%

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut and New England’s largest utility, Eversource, said its second-quarter profits climbed 13.3 percent mainly on lower operating expenses.

FuelCell lands 40 megawatts in Long Island

Matt Pilon |

Danbury's FuelCell Energy said it has won a contract to build 11 of its fuel cell plants on Long Island.

State energy plan calls for more renewables

Matt Pilon |

Perhaps the biggest energy question in Connecticut at the moment is what will happen to its massive nuclear generator – Dominion-owned Millstone Power Station.

Millstone cool to Malloy's ordered study of nukes' viability

MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT MIRROR |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy signed an executive order Tuesday aimed at resolving hotly contested questions about the economic viability of the Millstone Power Station, a nuclear-powered generator of...

Why did New England’s largest electric utility diversify into water?

Karen Ali Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Eversource Energy's acquisition of Bridgeport-based Aquarion Water Co. will merge New England's largest energy company with the region's largest private water company, serving almost 4 million...

Green Bank gets prestigious gov’t award

Matt Pilon |

The Connecticut Green Bank beat out approximately 500 competitors for a government innovation award from Harvard University, which comes with a $100,000 prize.

Power line inspections to continue into next week

Matt Pilon |

An Eversource helicopter will be traversing many parts of the state over the next week inspecting high-voltage lines, the utility company said.

Windsor Locks water main work looms

Gregory Seay |

The water utility serving Windsor Locks says it soon will begin a $500,000 water-main replacement along a stretch of West Street.

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