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PURA reversal is win for Yale, other major facilities

Matt Pilon |

Yale University has successfully appealed a state regulator's 2015 decision to deny it natural gas incentives for a combined-heat-and-power plant on its campus in New Haven.

$7.9M for 14 towns' brownfield cleanup

Gregory Seay |

Fourteen Connecticut communities – including Hartford – have qualified for $7.9 million in state grants to assess and remediate 187 acres of brownfield sites within their borders into...

Why the U.S. oil stash has shrunk 6 weeks in a row

CNNMoney |

The epic mountain of U.S. oil is starting to shrink.

Old State House closes, but for how long?

Keith Griffin |

Officials with the Connecticut Public Affairs Network (CPAN) have confirmed the Old State House in Hartford will close today, but no one is prepared to say for how long.

CT will receive $16.2M from Volkswagen settlement

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At the same time that Volkswagen is settling with the Federal Trade Commission, it has come to an agreement with state attorneys general, including Connecticut, to pay more than $570 million for...

CT deals seen as linchpin for 'Access Northeast'

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut's energy regulator is in the midst of a major power procurement that could determine the fate of New England's largest proposed natural gas expansion project.

Eversource names new regional president

Keith Griffin |

Eversource Energy has named Craig Hallstrom its new regional electric operations president for Connecticut and Massachusetts.

DEEP looks to elevate plastics recycling

Matt Pilon |

The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has aligned itself with an industry-backed effort to increase the voluntary recycling of plastic bags, films and packaging.

After HQ upgrade, HARC expects big savings

Matt Pilon |

HARC Inc., a nonprofit program provider for people with intellectual disabilities, has completed an upgrade of its Hartford headquarters that it expects will save it more than $16,000 a year in...

Glastonbury's Gemma wraps work on two Penn. power plants

Glastonbury-based Gemma Power Systems said it has finished work on two natural gas-fired power plants in Pennsylvania and turned them over to their owner to begin operation.

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