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CL&P, UI rank near bottom in customer satisfaction

The state's two largest utilities, Connecticut Light & Power and United Illuminating, rank near the bottom in the country for residential customer satisfaction, according to California firm J.D.

FuelCell receives $6.6M for German research

Lauren DeCarlo |

A power plant manufacturer in Danbury received $6.6 million from the German government to support a research and development project for clean and efficient fuel cells.

Korean firm buys ClearEdge for $32M

South Korean conglomerate Doosan Corp. said Monday it agreed to buy shuttered South Windsor fuel cell manufacturer ClearEdge Power for $32.4 million.

UIL remains committed to stalled PGW acquisition

New Haven utility parent UIL Holdings Corp. said Wednesday that it will continue to pursue its acquisition of Philadelphia Gas Works.

CEFIA signs deal for financing data platform

The Connecticut Clean Energy Finance & Investment Authority has signed a contract with California-based METIS Financial Network to provide a data and work platform for CEFIA's residential financing...

DEEP offers more than $1 M for pumpout stations

Lauren Decarlo |

More than $1 million in federal funds are available for boat sewage disposal facilities on the Long Island Sound for the 2015 boating season.

ISO tries to prevent winter power price spikes

After this past winter saw the highest wholesale electricity prices in the region's recorded history, power grid administrator ISO New England has filed to expand its program to offset these issues...

Millstone nuclear approved for warmer cooling water

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has given the Millstone Power Station in Waterford the approval to use warmer water from Long Island Sound in its cooling processes, two years after hot temperatures...

STR talks strategic options, liquidation

Brad Kane |

In redoing the bonus contracts for two of its executives, Enfield solar manufacturer STR Holdings said it is considering strategic alternatives for the company, including selling or liquidating the...

STR extends exec retention deals as it weighs future

Enfield solar parts supplier STR Holdings wants to hang onto two of its key executives a while longer, it disclosed.

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