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Uncertain budget has major energy policy implications

Matt Pilon |

The Republican budget that surprised many when it passed both the Senate and House last week, earning a veto pledge from Gov. Dannel Malloy, has plenty to say about the state’s energy and...

StanChem acquisition drew $16M price tag

Gregory Seay |

Berlin polymers and coatings maker StanChem made news recently when it announced it was being purchased by a Boston equity investment fund run by people formerly with ties to Connecticut...

CT greenlights major renewable projects

Matt Pilon |

The state's Public Utilities Regulatory Authority has signed off on power purchase contracts negotiated between the Connecticut's two utilities and the developers of 28 renewable energy generation...

Green groups push CT for more ambitious renewable standards

Matt Pilon |

An array of environmental and consumer groups are calling on the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection to be more ambitious in its strategy for the state's energy future.

CT, other states agree to tighter emissions cap

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut and the eight other states that are a part of a regional emissions trading program said they have reached an agreement on emissions reductions over the 2020-2030 decade.

Engineer Bouvier takes F & O stake

Gregory Seay |

Manchester civil-environmental engineer Fuss & O'Neill Inc. says one of its engineering executives acquired an ownership stake in one of its units.

Biz owner pleads guilty to fraudulent environmental certification

Matt Pilon |

The owner of a Middletown industrial safety training company pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of making a false statement to the federal government, according to U.S. Attorney for the District of...

Acadia: No 'arbitrary' cap on distributed solar

Matt Pilon | 1

The nonprofit Acadia Center says it's concerned about a possible decline in the growth of customer-sited solar installations.

Waste digestion gains momentum in CT


Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Commissioner Rob Klee talks about the future of anaerobic digestion in the state.

Why did New England’s largest electric utility diversify into water?

Karen Ali Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Eversource Energy's acquisition of Bridgeport-based Aquarion Water Co. will merge New England's largest energy company with the region's largest private water company, serving almost 4 million...

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