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Governors' energy conference yields more talk

Brad Kane |

After a summit of the five New England governors on Thursday in Hartford, they all agreed to further collaborate on the region’s energy issues but did not commit to any...

Officials warn CT homeowners to do their homework on solar installs

Intense competition in the solar panel installation market means consumers should be extra cautious when entering into purchase or lease agreements, state officials said in an announcement coinciding...

Eversource to sell three Wethersfield acres for $275K

Berlin electric utility Eversource Energy has asked regulators to approve its sale of three acres of land in Wethersfield for $275,000 to the Capital Region Education Council, which wants to build a...

Cap-and-trade yields $99M for Connecticut

Connecticut spent 72 percent of the $98.5 million it received from the Northeast's cap-and-trade system – the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative – on energy efficiency programs, according...

Five N. England governors to discuss energy issues

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The governors of five of the six New England states are meeting on Thursday in Hartford to develop a regional strategy on energy infrastructure and use.

Mohegans start work on Tennessee pellet plant

The Mohegan Tribe's wood pellet business has begun the initial installation and retrofit of its third factory in Jasper, Tenn., preparing for a November opening.

Comcast flips switch on Berlin fuel cell

Comcast Cable on Tuesday turned on the 400-kilowatt fuel cell at its Western New England Regional Headquarters in Berlin, covering 80 percent of the facility's entire load.

Largest Connecticut electric suppliers

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State lawmakers pushing electric vehicle use

Q&A talks with State Rep. James Albis (D-East Haven), who is co-sponsoring legislation that would lay the groundwork for electric vehicle expansion in Connecticut.

STR general counsel resigns

Enfield manufacturer STR Holdings said its general counsel and senior vice president Alan N. Forman has notified the company he will resign next month to pursue another opportunity.

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