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FuelCell negotiating $24M federal contract

Danbury clean energy manufacturer FuelCell Energy on Tuesday announced it had been selected to perform as $23.7 million carbon capture project for the U.S. Department of Energy, pending a negotiation...

Comptroller: CT’s 2016 budget $800K in black

Comptroller Kevin Lembo said Tuesday that the financial markets volatility has complicated Connecticut’s 2016 fiscal year budget outlook, but that his office is currently projecting an $800,000...

Beacon Falls fuel cell park seeks immediate approval

The owner of the proposed 63-megawatt fuel cell park in Beacon Falls has asked the Connecticut Siting Council for a declaratory ruling on the project, so that electricity can begin flowing next year.

Connecticut Open increases ticket revenue 16%

The Connecticut Open women's tennis tournament over the weekend in New Haven saw strong increases in attendance and ticket revenues from last year.

Malloy talking energy with N. England, Canada leaders

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy pent the majority of his time on Monday in Canada meeting with the premiers of that country's eastern provinces as well as the New England governors to discuss the region's...

Leadership of next administration key to Hartford’s future success

Oz Griebel |

The 2016 mayoral and city council elections represent a seminal moment in Hartford's political history and will require the city's businesses, education and healthcare institutions, and residents to...

Auto dealers pushing international trade

Q&A talks with Bradley Hoffman of Hoffman Auto Group of East Hartford and chairman of the American International Automobile Dealers Association.

Policy aimed at improving manufacturing biz climate

Q&A sits down with Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano (R-North Haven) to discuss the impact of the 2015 legislative session on manufacturing.

St. Francis merger takes a step forward

St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center parent St. Francis Care Inc.’s proposal to join a Michigan health system took a step forward this week.

DMV: Employees getting used to new computer system

The Department of Motor Vehicles, which has struggled with long lines and delays caused by a new computer system, said that it has trimmed its time per transaction to 15 minutes as of Wednesday.

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