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Dominion's lips remain sealed on Millstone financials

Matt Pilon |

It appears Millstone Power Station owner Dominion will be unwilling to share any key financial information, at least publicly, with state officials trying to ascertain the nuclear plant's economic...

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...

After slide, prices tick up in latest RGGI auction

Matt Pilon |

After participating states in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative proposed changes to beef up the program over the coming decade, the prices of carbon allowances rose in the latest RGGI auction.

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 Bank names solar partner

Matt Pilon |

The Connecticut Green Bank said it has selected a New York renewable energy financier and developer to help it spur approximately 20 megawatts of commercial-scale solar in the state.

Eversource aid convoy arrives in battered Florida

Matt Pilon |

Eversource crews traveling in a 70-truck convoy have reached hurricane-damaged Florida, beginning power restoration work Wednesday morning, the utility said.

State schools to receive solar energy systems this fall

Joe Cooper | Journal Inquirer |

Manchester Community College is one of three schools that will receive solar energy systems through a partnership between the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities and three companies.

FuelCell 3Q losses jump

Matt Pilon |

Danbury manufacturer FuelCell Energy said its third-quarter losses grew, largely due to a drop in product revenue.

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 gas prices up 14%

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut gas prices are up more than 30 cents in the last week, mirroring a trend across the country that AAA attributes to Hurricane Harvey.

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