A spotlight on corporate giving and nonprofits

Read about the winners of Hartford Business Journal's inaugural community giving awards, which spotlight philanthropic and nonprofit efforts.

Katie Scharf Dykes, chair of the state Public Utilities Regulatory Authority, talks at a recent Connecticut Power and Energy Society panel discussion about eletric grid modernization. Joining her were Anthony Marone III, CEO of UIL Holdings Corp., (center), and Roger Kranenburg, Eversource's vice president of energy strategy and policy (right).

Connecticut, cautiously, weighs potential for modern electric grid

Connecticut is grappling with how to plan for and implement a more modern -- or "smart" -- electric grid. There's a lot at stake for businesses that are major electricity consumers.

As his 30-year public career heads to an apparent close, George Jepsen is proud of the last eight years as Connecticut's 24th attorney general. A Democrat, Jepsen is credited in and outside Connecticut for running a tight legal ship that generated integrity and results.

An 'issues junky,' AG George Jepsen reflects on his tenure as he ponders his next act

Viewed as a fair attorney general by the business community, George Jepsen reflects on his two terms in office as he ponders his next act.

 
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