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Doosan bows $36M Korean production facility

Matt Pilon |

South Korean-based Doosan Corp., which has a fuel cell division in South Windsor, said this week that it completed construction on its home country's largest fuel-cell production factory.

In annual tradition, Malloy suspends Memorial Day construction

Matt Pilon |

Worry not, Memorial Day travelers.

CT climbs in clean technology ranking

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut has improved by two spots, to sixth place, in an annual index of clean energy and technology activity.

Tesla pledges 10 CT stores, dealerships doubtful

Matt Pilon | 1

In the waning weeks of the legislative session, electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla is pledging to open 10 stores in Connecticut by the end of 2018 if lawmakers approve a bill that would allow the...

GOP budget plan raids energy efficiency funds

Matt Pilon |

A revised budget proposal unveiled by newly empowered Senate Republicans would divert $320 million from ratepayer-funded energy efficiency programs to the state's general fund over the next two...

Despite Capitol demonstration, some lawmakers uncertain about Tesla marketing bill

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer | 1

Lawmakers on Tuesday joined nearly 100 supporters of a bill that would open the state’s automobile sales market to Telsa in an effort to amp up the pressure to pass a bill that has stalled in...

CT sues EPA over transient Pennsylvania air pollutants

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut is suing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for failing to take action on the state's request to halt pollution blowing into Connecticut from a Pennsylvania coal-fired power...

CT's delayed energy plan could mean trouble for Millstone bill

JAN ELLEN SPIEGEL | CT MIRROR |

Connecticut's master plan for energy use and policy is months behind its three-year update, and now the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection says it will not be ready in time for...

Enfield's STR Holdings works to recover from 1Q losses

Patricia Daddona |

Based on millions of dollars in first-quarter losses, Enfield's STR Holdings Inc. said it is reorganizing and could shut its doors as it works to recover nonpayment from at least three clients in...

Report: More CT ratepayers paying higher third-party prices

Patricia Daddona |

A greater portion of Connecticut's residential electric ratepayers have been paying higher prices to retail suppliers instead of paying standard-offer prices set by the state's two major utilities,...

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