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Quantum Biopower seeks energy, profits from food waste

Bernat Ivancsics |

For most people, leftover food is either garbage or compost. For Quantum Biopower, food waste could be a game changer in the energy business.

Greenskies, United announce $25M solar fund

Middletown solar integrator Greenskies Renewable Energy said it has partnered with United Bank to create a $25 million fund to finance commercial solar projects in Connecticut and several other...

CL&P, UI rank near bottom in customer satisfaction

The state's two largest utilities, Connecticut Light & Power and United Illuminating, rank near the bottom in the country for residential customer satisfaction, according to California firm J.D.

FuelCell receives $6.6M for German research

Lauren DeCarlo |

A power plant manufacturer in Danbury received $6.6 million from the German government to support a research and development project for clean and efficient fuel cells.

Five companies split up $54K from CTNext

CTNext, the state-backed entrepreneurial network, said it has awarded $54,000 to five companies, including two in the Greater Hartford area.

CT receives $752K to clear Sandy's debris

Bernat Ivancsics |

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Debris Program awarded $752,882 to Connecticut to remove marine debris caused by the October 2012 Storm Sandy from the state's shoreline, the...

Korean firm buys ClearEdge for $32M

South Korean conglomerate Doosan Corp. said Monday it agreed to buy shuttered South Windsor fuel cell manufacturer ClearEdge Power for $32.4 million.

Stanadyne seeks millions from rising fuel economy standards

Brad Kane |

With a new CEO in place, Windsor manufacturer Stanadyne envisions a future where the world's rising fuel economy standards will spill millions of dollars in orders through the 140-year-old company's...

OneSource raises $10M

Farmington's OneSource Water has raised $10 million in equity, according to a filing Friday with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission.

UIL remains committed to stalled PGW acquisition

New Haven utility parent UIL Holdings Corp. said Wednesday that it will continue to pursue its acquisition of Philadelphia Gas Works.

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