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UConn professors claim breakthrough on hydrogen

A team of UConn chemists say they have developed a new material that could make the delivery of hydrogen more commercially viable for consumer applications.

Colchester company builds ‘green wall’ in Baltimore

Colchester’s AgroSci Green Walls said it has completed the installation of a living wall at a new restaurant in Baltimore, Md.

Acadia: CT backslides on emissions

For the first time in nearly a decade, Connecticut’s greenhouse gas emissions rose over a two year period, between 2012 and 2014, according to an analysis released this week by the Acadia...

$1.2M in grants for CT brownfields

The federal government said it will award $1.2 million in brownfields cleanup and assessment grants to four Connecticut municipalities and organizations.

Conn. College arboretum gets recognition

Connecticut College’s arboretum has been ranked seventh in the country by the website College Rank.

CT gas prices peaking for Memorial Day weekend

As many in Connecticut prepare to travel this Memorial Day weekend, average gas prices are at the highest point so far this year, according to AAA.

Unhealthy air predicted through Saturday

The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is forecasting unhealthy air quality for “sensitive groups” from today through Saturday, May 28, due to predicted elevated...

Anti-pollution regs work, public investment lags

Kym Soper | Journal Inquirer |

Anti-pollution regulations in Connecticut are working, according to a state watchdog agency, but conservation efforts that rely solely on public investment lag.

Future of Hartford's Old State House in question

Greg Bordonaro |

The state's budget woes have left the future of a historic downtown Hartford landmark in jeopardy.

Electric supplier complaints plummeted last year

Following a frigid 2013-2014 that saw several thousand customers of competitive electricity suppliers complain to state regulators about high bills and other grievances, complaints fell 63 percent...

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