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Praxair supplies oxy-fuel for glass box maker

Danbury industrial gas supplier Praxair announced Tuesday it had started up an oxy-fuel plant for the Oklahoma location of the world's largest glass container manufacturer.

Dominion offering $1.5M in educational grants

Dominion, the operator of the nuclear Millstone Power Station in Waterford, is offering $1.5 million in educational grants to fund energy, environmental, and workforce development programs.

CT to decide $224M energy efficiency spending plan

The Connecticut Energy Efficiency Board will hold a public hearing in April to discuss how to spend $224 million collected for business and residential improvements.

DEEP pumped 1M gallons of boat sewage in 2014

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection's pumpout facilities removed a record 995,000 gallons of sewage from recreational vehicles in 2014 in Long Island Sound and Candlewood...

CCAT to discuss zero emissions vehicles

The Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology will lead a panel discussion Thursday in Hartford on the importance of zero-emission vehicles and the hydrogen refueling infrastructure to support them.

CTNext awards $34K to four startups

The state-backed entrepreneurship program CTNext said it has awarded $34,000 to four Connecticut startups.

Green Guide publishes Spring edition

Doosan plans to succeed where UTC failed. Connecticut has revamped motorists' commutes. The state Green Bank enters its next phase.

Bradley aims to combat mounting bird strikes

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Connecticut airports have experienced a growing number of reported bird-on-airplane collisions in recent years, prompting the state's quasi-public airport authority to spend millions of dollars on a...

CT officials try to keep cost of energy policies in check

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Despite the Malloy Administration's efforts to rein in costs, the pricetag to implement Connecticut's renewable energy policies will add as much as $377 million annually to ratepayer bills over the...

Aquarion buys small water system

Bridgeport’s Aquarion Water Co., which is the largest investor-owned water utility in New England, said it has acquired a small water system serving residents in Middlebury and Woodbury.

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