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Fitch: CT’s high energy costs will make EPA compliance difficult

Though utilities in states with high carbon emissions will have the toughest time complying with a proposed set of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency pollution-reduction regulations, states with...

Greenwich hedge fund manager unloads fracking business

Greenwich hedge fund manager Annapurna Capital Management LLC said it has sold its Oklahoma-based hydraulic fracturing business.

Bridgeport fuel cell park turns one

Dominion’s 14.9-megawatt fuel cell park in Bridgeport turned one year old this week, and Dominion said the park continues to be among the best performing units in its broad generation fleet.

NRG launches solar incentive with Sallie Mae subsidiary

NRG Home Solar, which has operations in Middletown, said it has launched a unique promotion with an education-related loyalty program that offers incentives for buying a home solar-panel system.

Facing NYSE delisting, STR moves ahead with reverse stock split

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Enfield solar-encapsulant manufacturer STR Holdings said that it would proceed with a one-for-three reverse stock split to regain share-price compliance with the New York Stock Exchange.

After municipal outcry, DEEP revises stormwater rules

The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has tweaked its list of proposed changes to stormwater runoff regulations, after complaints from cities and towns that the new rules would be too...

Natural gas prices bounce as blizzard blows

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Prices for natural gas are bouncing this morning in New York as a blizzard blasts through the northeastern United States.

Week before rebrand, NU faces major storm test

With a major rebranding slated for Feb. 2, Northeast Utilities can't love the timing for the forecasted “crippling and potentially historic blizzard,” to hit its territory in Connecticut...

ClearEdge’s new owner adding jobs in S. Windsor

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Doosan Fuel Cell America, which bought South Windsor’s ClearEdge Power out of bankruptcy in July, said Thursday that its workforce has grown to 180 and should be at 300 by the end of the year.

NU spends $200K on grid reliability technology

Northeast Utilities, the parent company of electric utility Connecticut Light & Power, has expanded its agreement with a Toronto technology firm to develop ways to made the power grid more reliable.

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