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Bloomfield shared-solar project delayed until 2019

Matt Pilon |

A shared clean-energy pilot program that's been beset by delays over the past few years will take a bit longer to debut one of its three projects.

Eversource expands drone inspections

Matt Pilon |

Eversource said Friday that it will be using drones for routine inspections of its high-voltage infrastructure in Connecticut, as well as after major storms to assess damage.

CT, CNG settlement reduces rate increase request by $27M

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's consumer watchdog said it has agreed to a rate increase settlement with Connecticut Natural Gas Corp. (CNG), potentially ending an “intense” two-month negotiation period.

FuelCell sells new Trinity College plant

Matt Pilon |

A recently completed fuel-cell plant on the Trinity College campus in Hartford has changed ownership hands.

Doosan begins work on massive S. Korea fuel-cell plant

Matt Pilon |

The South Korean parent of South Windsor-based Doosan Fuel Cell America said it's begun work on a plant in its home country that will be its largest-ever project.

CT Water inks rate settlement

Matt Pilon |

The Connecticut Water Co., a water utility for more than 50 communities across much of the state, will book an additional $3.1 million in annual revenue, following a rate settlement.

CT manufacturers scramble to blunt metals tariffs

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut manufacturers are scrambling to blunt the impact of Trump administration tariffs.

Efficiency contractor: CT funding raid taking its toll

Matt Pilon |

The legislature's decision late last year to raid $165 million in energy-efficiency funds to help solve the state's budget deficit is playing out about as badly as expected for efficiency contractors.

Merger costs drain CT Water's 2Q net

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut Water Service Inc. posted lower second-quarter net income due, in large part, to costs tied to the Clinton utility's proposed $1.1 billion cash merger with California's SJW Group.

CT Water, suitor amend $1B merger pact

Gregory Seay |

The California suitor for Connecticut Water Service Inc. has amended its $1.1 billion merger offer to all cash from stock to mute “distractions'' from any competing offers.

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