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Retailers, schools, others are CT ‘Summer Savers’

The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection recognized 11 businesses and schools Tuesday for their efforts to reduce energy consumption.

CT official named ‘Champion of Change’

The White House has named Jessica Bailey, an official with the state’s Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority, as a Solar Champion of Change.

Rocky Hill development adds charging station

The developer of recently unveiled Alterra-Rocky Hill has installed an electric-vehicle charging station for residents of the apartment community.

CL&P energy-tracking program pilot goes statewide

Starting this week, Connecticut Light & Power customers will be automatically enrolled in a free service that helps track energy usage, the utility announced.

Malloy: CT is “range confident”

More than 90 percent of Connecticut residents are within 20 miles of an electric-vehicle charging station, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced.

Legislators approve wind-power regulations

The General Assembly's Regulation Review Committee on Tuesday unanimously approved regulations that held up the construction of wind turbines in Connecticut since 2011.

USJ's Gengras Center remake starts May 2

Gregory Seay |

The University of St. Joseph will launch construction in early May on the first of two building phases to broaden its West Hartford campus' facilities for learning, recreation and clinical research.

Enfield gets $200K for brownfield studies

Enfield got $200,000 in state brownfield grants to sample soils on a pair of sites in its Thompsonville section, one of them it hopes to acquire to accommodate a transit center and greater...

Harvard Pilgrim joins CBIA Health Connections

Fresh off obtaining its Connecticut license, Massachusetts insurer Harvard Pilgrim Health Care said Tuesday it will offer small business health plans on one of the state's leading independent...

Hartford taps Md. educator as schools chief

Beth Schiavino-Narvaez was chosen as the next Hartford superintendant of schools, the city says.

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