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Poll: CT residents unhappy about budget resolution, other issues

Only a fifth of 1,000 residents polled by Sacred Heart University's Institute for Public Policy said in January they were satisfied with Connecticut's final state budget, a sign of discontent borne...

Tesla to mount attempt No. 4 at the Capitol

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In Connecticut, Tesla could be a synonym for “persistent.”

Eversource-linked $1.6B transmission project denied in N.H.

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A New Hampshire regulatory board has thrown the future of the Eversource/Hydro-Quebec $1.6 billion “Northern Pass” transmission project into uncertainty.

State says Millstone will get a final chance to prove it needs relief


State energy officials recommended Thursday that the Millstone nuclear power station be allowed to offer further evidence of financial distress as part of a new procurement process that could enhance...

CT clean energy program invests $114M in 200 projects

The Connecticut Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) program has surpassed 200 projects totaling more than $114 million in clean energy investment in businesses, according to the...

CT's clean energy edge: Going, going . . . or coming back?


Michael Brookman, the president and founder of a clean-energy startup in Connecticut, was pretty sure he had a good idea. It was a small unit that could make an existing boiler more efficient and...

CT to move ahead with nuke power auction

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Waterford's Millstone Power Station on Monday notched another victory in its quest to secure long-term contracts to sell electricity to Connecticut's utilities.

$1B commercial renewables program nears expiration

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A state program that provides financial incentives to commercial and industrial solar, fuel cell and other types of clean energy projects is approaching its expiration date, and it's uncertain...

CT Water to invest $17M in pipe replacement in 2018

Clinton-based Connecticut Water Service said Thursday it plans to invest $17.4 million in pipe replacement for its water system, about the same amount invested last year.

Investment fund buys stake in Hartford Steam system

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A New York-based energy and transportation investment fund said it's acquired a joint stake in the Hartford Steam Co.'s district heating and cooling system.

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