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CT Green Bank violated contract awarding, reporting laws

The Connecticut Clean Energy Finance & Investment Authority failed to fulfill its legal requirements on awarding contracts and reporting its progress to the legislature, according to an audit report...

STR stockholders approve Chinese sale

The shareholders of Enfield solar parts manufacturer STR Holdings approved the sale of 51 percent of the company to a Chinese solar farm developer.In...

Regulators approve CT electric rates

The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority approved the proposed utility default standard service rates for electricity generation from Connecticut Light & Power and United Illuminating.

Hartford laundry settles $75K Clean Air violation

National industrial laundry firm AmeriPride Services will pay $75,000 to resolve claims by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency at the laundry's Hartford and Worcester, Mass. facilities.

Hackers attacked the U.S. energy grid 79 times this year

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The nation's energy grid is constantly under attack by hackers.

How green is CT business?

The Winter edition of the Connecticut Green Guide delves deep into the sustainable business community's strengths and weakness, ranging from energy efficiency to public transit usage.

CAA awards Bradley terminal demolition contract

A Massachusetts company will demolish Bradley International Airport’s Terminal B, which closed in 2010, the Connecticut Airport Authority announced.

STR cuts 3Q loss on higher sales, lower expenses

Solar panel encapsulant maker STR Holdings said it cut its third-quarter loss by more than one-third, thanks to a big increase in sales and reduced expenses.

Siting Council approves Bridgeport energy park

In two separate votes, the Connecticut Siting Council on Wednesday approved plans by Bridgeport to put a solar and fuel cell Green Energy Park at a former landfill site.

Aussie mfr. opening in STR's E. Windsor site

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Australian steel building-products maker SBS International has chosen East Windsor for its first North American production plant that will employ about 150 when it launches next spring, brokers say.

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