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DEEP has $1M to give to Sound pumpout facilities

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection is looking to dole out more than $1 million in federal grant money for boat sewage disposal facilities for the 2016 boating season.

Syracuse energy provider expanding into CT

Syracuse, N.Y. energy provider BlueRock Energy has expanded into Connecticut later this year, with specific concentrations in Hartford and New Haven counties this year.

Wallingford energy management firm acquired

Horizon Bradco of Schenectady, N.Y. has acquired Wallingford refrigeration and HVAC installer and repairer Allied Mechanical Services as well as its energy management sister company New England...

N. England power prices hit historic low in June

The average price of wholesale electricity in New England hit a historic 12-year low in June, coming in 23 percent lower than the previous record low, according to regional grid administrator ISO New...

UTC profits down, outlook lower

Hartford's United Technologies said Tuesday that its second-quarter profits fell 8 percent, largely on slower sales.

40 Under Forty for 2015

Hartford Business Journal honors 40 of the best and brightest young professionals in Greater Hartford with HBJ's 40 Under Forty awards.

New England planning $4.8B in power grid upgrades


Regional power grid administrator ISO New England is planning $4.8 billion in transmission infrastructure upgrades that will be underway or complete by 2023, bringing the total investment...

AG, OCC against proposed settlement with electricity supplier

Negotiators from the state Public Utilities Regulatory Authority have reached a settlement with one of the many electricity suppliers operating in Connecticut related to its alleged door-to-door...

CT taxi companies sue state for not regulating Uber

The state is claiming sovereign immunity in the case of two Fairfield County taxi companies that filed suit against two state agencies for failing to apply taxi cab regulations to tech-enabled ride...

Rentschler Field to bear Pratt name

Under an agreement announced Thursday, Rentschler Field in East Hartford will soon be called Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field.

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