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CT gov't beats back $145M energy-raid challenge

Matt Pilon |

State government has prevailed in a lawsuit challenging its authority to raid millions of dollars from a ratepayer-funded pot of money for efficiency and clean energy efforts.

Avangrid 3Q earnings climb 26%

Joe Cooper |

Orange-based electric-gas utility parent Avangrid said its third-quarter earnings rose 26.2 percent thanks to growth in its renewables business.

Voters to decide if state should create ‘legal lockbox’ for transportation costs


When Connecticut voters head to the polls Nov. 6 they will decide the fate of two proposed amendments to the state Constitution.

Hartford region moves closer to levee system repairs

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut moved a step closer Tuesday to receiving federal funding to rehabilitate the Connecticut River levee systems in Hartford and East Hartford.

Wallingford firm acquires CT duct-sealing contractor

Matt Pilon |

Wallingford-based CMC Energy Services said its acquired a fellow Connecticut company that offers services in the building efficiency market.

Air Liquide completes hydrogen fueling station in Hartford

Joe Cooper |

Air Liquide Advanced Technologies on Monday said it completed installing a hydrogen fueling station in in Hartford's North Meadows section.

CT draws $30M for clean-water projects

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut has drawn more than $30 million in federal clean-water funds to finance a slate of drinking-water and sewage projects statewide, authorities say.

S&P downgrades debt-riddled GE and GE Capital


New General Electric boss Larry Culp just got a fresh reminder of the debt-riddled balance sheet he's inheriting.Barely 24 hours after Culp became...

CT Water sets shareholder vote on $1.1B SJW merger

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut Water Service Inc. shareholders are scheduled to vote next month on the company's $1.1 billion all-cash buyout offer from California's SJW Group, the Clinton-based water utility said.

Meet GE's new boss: Can Larry Culp right the ship?


General Electric is turning to an outsider to clean up a mess that took decades to create.Larry Culp, 55, is a proven leader known for his hands-on...

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