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DEEP to host electric vehicle day

The Connecticut Automotive Retailers Association and the Department of Energy & Environmental Protection are hosting Electric Vehicle Day at the Capitol on Thursday.

Four towns kick off efficiency campaigns

Westbrook, Madison, Sharon, and Brookfield each kicked off energy efficiency campaigns this week.

NRG Solar to host job fair for 75 positions

New Jersey solar array installer NRG Home Solar will host a job fair Sept. 25 in Middletown as it seeks to fill more than 75 new positions in the next year.

Hazardous material to be removed from Sikorsky Airport

The U.S. Environmental Protection agency is holding a public hearing Wednesday to discuss the removal of 14,000 cubic yards of hazardous materials in Bridgeport as part of the Sikorsky Airport...

Before deal, STR couldn't find buyer, considered liquidation

Before selling a majority stake in the company for $22 million to a Chinese developer, the board of directors of Enfield solar parts maker STR Holdings couldn't find a suitable buyer for the company...

CT's first commercial wind project wins legal battle

Brad Kane |

West Hartford renewable energy developer BNE Energy is cleared to build three wind turbines in Colebrook, after a Connecticut Supreme Court ruling on Monday ended a three-year legal battle.

NU announces $3B natural gas pipeline expansion

New England energy conglomerate Northeast Utilities on Tuesday unveiled its plans for a $3 billion expansion of the natural gas transmission system, to relieve bottlenecks on the system causing...

CL&P has most reliable year in 2013

Brad Kane |

Berlin electric utility Connecticut Light & Power had its most reliable year in 2013, experiencing its lowest frequency of power outages since the state started tracking the data in 1996, regulatory...

DOT expects full rail car delivery by year end

Before the year is out, the Connecticut Department of Transportation will have all 405 new rail cars for the busiest commuter rail line in the country.

FuelCell lost $8M in third quarter

Danbury clean energy manufacturer FuelCell Energy recorded a net loss attributable to shareholders of $7.8 million in its third quarter, further down from the $6.4 million it lost in its third...

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