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California firm buys Plainfield power plant

Sacramento, Calif. power plant owner Greenleaf Power has finalized its purchase of the Plainfield Renewable Energy Plant in Connecticut.

Federal study shows Northern Pass cheapest option

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A U.S. Department of Energy study released in July shows the Eversource Energy's planned $1 billion Northern Pass transmission line from Canadian into New England through New Hampshire is the...

Multi-family housing drives CT new construction

Multi-family units continued to comprise a majority of new home construction permits in June, according to U.S. Census Bureau data.

Quinnipiac sues Hamden over zoning decision

After an unsuccessful appeal of a cease-and-desist zoning order, Quinnipiac University has sued its hometown of Hamden, according to state court records.

New England planning $4.8B in power grid upgrades

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Regional power grid administrator ISO New England is planning $4.8 billion in transmission infrastructure upgrades that will be underway or complete by 2023, bringing the total investment...

With last $8M in hand, Capewell is set

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Redevelopment of the long-dormant Capewell Horsenail Factory site into 72 affordable and market-rate apartments and about 6,000 square feet of office-retail in Hartford's South End finally has...

A strategic approach to learning from failure

"Fail Better: Design Smart Mistakes and Succeed Sooner" by Anjali Sastry and Kara Penn (Harvard Business Review Press, $30.)

Ex-Bushnell owner plows into S.C. apt. scene

Hamilton Point Investments LLC, the Old Lyme landlord that recently sold Hartford's Bushnell on the Park apartments, has purchased a 168-unit South Carolina apartment property for $13.4...

Hartford Office Supply redo next for Dakota

Massachusetts affordable-housing developer Dakota Partners, with its first Hartford housing conversion under its belt, is now focused on its next big Capital City housing project.

Law prevents cities from building large solar arrays

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Connecticut's attempts to create a self-sustaining clean energy industry that no longer needs government subsidies are being undercut by the state's own laws, stifling millions of dollars...

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