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Amid funding cuts, Enfield manufacturer finds energy-efficiency program a worthy investment

Gregory Seay |

Amid funding cuts, an Enfield manufacturer says a state-promoted, energy-efficiency program is a worthy investment.

Eversource's 3Q profits higher

Gregory Seay |

Hartford utility operator Eversource Energy overcame a loss in its natural-gas operations to post higher third-quarter profit.

FuelCell inks power agreement for Hartford project

Joe Cooper |

Danbury-based FuelCell Energy Inc. announced Thursday it signed long-term power purchase agreements with local utilities to cover a 7.4-megawatt project in Hartford.

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

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT MIRROR |

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.

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