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DECD has $7.5M more for brownfield cleanup

The Malloy administration Wednesday announced a fresh round of up to $7.5 million available to clean and restore to productive use hundreds more former industrial and other brownfield sites statewide.

STR picks China sales director

Enfield solar parts manufacturer STR Holdings has named an executive from its majority owner as the head of its China sales.

Hartford landfill officially closes after 75 years

Ten months after its final capping project was complete, the Hartford landfill was declared officially closed in March after 75 years of service.

Construction Institute to honor retired founder

The Construction Institute at the University of Hartford on Thursday will honor its long-time founding executive director at a special event in Portland.

NU workforce dropped 5% in 2014

The number of employees at Northeast Utilities was reduced by 449 workers in 2014, according to regulatory filings by the company since rebranded Eversource Energy.

Telecom led CT consumer complaints last year

More than a quarter of complaints filed with the Department of Consumer Protection last year were related to Frontier Communications’ switchover of its newly acquired AT&T systems, the...

Frontier lines up CEO transition

Stamford’s Frontier Communications, which bought AT&T’s Connecticut wireline operations last year, said its longtime CEO Maggie Wilderotter will transition out of the role in early April.

UIL, Iberdrola keep ratings after merger announcement

A proposed acquisition of Connecticut utility parent UIL Holdings Corp. by Iberdrola USA has not damaged or improved the various credit ratings of the two and their subsidiaries, according to...

Electric suppliers pay $39M for missing renewable goals

The Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority has ordered 34 electricity suppliers to submit a total of $38.9 million in alternative compliance payments for failing to meet the...

Spanish utility subsidiary to buy UIL for $3B

Orange-based UIL Holdings Corp. said it has agreed to be acquired by New England utility operator Iberdrola USA for approximately $3 billion.

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