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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...

Utilities notch legal win in natural-gas fight

Matt Pilon |

Eversource and Avangrid have notched a legal victory in their ongoing fight to discredit allegations that their natural-gas ordering practices cost New England ratepayers an additional...

GE is worth less than $100 billion for the first time since the Great Recession


General Electric, once America's most valuable company, is now in sharp decline.

Eversource adds $7M to UConn energy center partnership

Joe Cooper |

Eversource Energy on Thursday renewed a commitment to its energy center at UConn through an additional $7 million investment over the next three years.

UTRC to receive $3M for energy storage program

Joe Cooper |

East Hartford's United Technologies Research Center (UTRC) will develop a new energy storage system with help from a $3 million federal grant, the U.S. Department of Energy said.

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