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Dominion offering $1.5M in educational grants

Dominion, the operator of the nuclear Millstone Power Station in Waterford, is offering $1.5 million in educational grants to fund energy, environmental, and workforce development programs.

CT to decide $224M energy efficiency spending plan

The Connecticut Energy Efficiency Board will hold a public hearing in April to discuss how to spend $224 million collected for business and residential improvements.

DEEP pumped 1M gallons of boat sewage in 2014

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection's pumpout facilities removed a record 995,000 gallons of sewage from recreational vehicles in 2014 in Long Island Sound and Candlewood...

Green Guide publishes Spring edition

Doosan plans to succeed where UTC failed. Connecticut has revamped motorists' commutes. The state Green Bank enters its next phase.

CT biz energy use reaches highest efficiency levels

Connecticut businesses generated $14.10 worth of gross domestic product for every kilowatt hour of electricity consumed, the state's most efficiency use of energy in the past 10 years, according to...

Mohegans seek more gaming markets

Brad Kane |

The incoming president of the Mohegan Tribe's gaming division plans to expand into four or five new markets in the next five to 10 years, while significantly lowering the casino's debt, as...

Construction Institute looks to future with new exec. director

Q&A talks about construction industry trends with Nancy Greenwald, who recently took over as executive director of Hartford's Construction Institute from Bob Cianci.

Biggest stadium construction challenge: Transparency

Keith Griffin Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

What's the biggest challenge in building a baseball stadium in Hartford? It's not so much the physical difficulties.

CT companies advocate gay marriage to Supreme Court

Several Connecticut companies have joined forces with corporations across the nation to support gay marriage in a case pending before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Stamford firm upgrades West Coast Customs lighting

Stamford-based Revolution Lighting Technologies has completed its contract to upgrade the lighting for the showroom of West Coast Customs in Burbank, Calif.

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