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Duff revives Tesla bill for direct sale to consumers

As expected, electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla is getting another shot to convince the legislature to allow it to bypass dealerships and sell cars directly to consumers.

FuelCell to lose longest-serving director

Two directors of FuelCell Energy will not stand for reelection this year, including one who has been on the board for 28 years, the Danbury company disclosed last week.

New heating system on tap at Mohegan’s Penn. casino

The Mohegan Tribe’s Pennsylvania casino said it will reduce its carbon footprint by 14 percent through the installation of a new cogeneration plant.

DEEP has new standards for private dams

The state DEEP has moved to fully implement provisions of a state law requiring owners of privately held dams to take more responsibility for them.

Flying Strong: Timely deals, diversification, China help Kaman fend off choppy headwinds

Gregory Seay |

Timing is becoming a hallmark for 71-year-old Bloomfield aerospace manufacturer and power-transmission equipment distributor Kaman Corp.

777 Main owner appeals $474,425 MDC bill

The landlord-owner of the converted office-to-apartments tower 777 Main St. in Hartford is asking a state court to revoke a $474,425 extra assessment imposed by the MDC.

Developers pitch five, 240MW CT clean energy projects

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut may soon source more of its clean energy from within its own borders, if newly proposed projects are successful in a unique and ongoing multi-state bidding process.

Nominate for the Green Circle Sustainability Awards

Know a company, group, institution or individual that's working to reduce their environmental impact? Nominate them for an award.

Energy and environment group names Hartford lawyer president

New England Women in Energy and the Environment (NEWIEE), a Boston-based organization comprised of professionals in the energy and environmental sectors, has elected Elizabeth Barton of Day Pitney...

Blumenthal questions Eversource on visa use

U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal is calling on the Department of Justice to investigate allegations that Eversource Energy has abused foreign worker visa programs.

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