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Malloy talking energy with N. England, Canada leaders

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy will spend the majority of his time on Monday in Canada meeting with the premiers of that country's eastern provinces as well as the New England governors to discuss the...

UIL offers $20M to customers if merger approved

In order to get Connecticut regulators to sign off on its proposed $3 billion merger to Spanish energy giant Iberdrola sometime this year, New Haven utility parent UIL Holdings offered $68 million in...

Doosan installs California fuel cell

South Windsor manufacturer Doosan Fuel Cell on Tuesday announced it has installed a 400-kilowatt unit at Narco College in California.

Heico acquires Chester manufacturer

Florida-based defense and electronics manufacturer Heico Corp. said it's expanding its Connecticut presence.

CT Green Guide publishes Fall issue

Find out the backstory behind Connecticut's Utility 2.0 legislation and what the state is doing to encourage more adoption of hydrogen-powered fuel cell cars by reading the Fall 2015 Connecticut...

Bloomfield power plant research lab unveiled Friday

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French energy and transportation firm Alstom on Friday cut the ribbon on its new Clean Energy Lab, a facility designed to test power systems and fuels both large and small to find ways to cut down on...

Gemma to construct 475MW Ohio energy plant

Glastonbury’s Gemma Power Systems said it will build a 475-megawatt natural gas power plant in Ohio, under a contract with a new customer.

Hartford’s Wearsafe plows through fundraising goal

Hartford safety tech startup Wearsafe Labs has raised more than $100,000 in just over a month on the crowdfunding website Kickstarter.

CT Green Bank crowdfunds $1M in solar loans

The Connecticut Green Bank has become the first government agency to successfully use private crowdfunding to provide private financing for solar incentive programs.

California fuel cell to power Hartford microgrid

California fuel cell maker Bloom Energy will provide one of its units to power the Hartford microgrid the city received $2.1 million in state money to start.

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