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Eversource, Stamford ink efficiency deal

Stamford officials have signed an agreement with utility provider Eversource and Energize Connecticut that aims to save up to $1 million in energy costs over the next three years.

Plaudits for Green Bank’s commercial solar leases

A nonprofit coalition of public clean-energy agencies has recognized the Connecticut Green Bank for its CT Solar Lease Commercial program.

STR Holdings gets $8.3M IRS refund

Enfield’s STR Holdings, a global provider of encapsulants to the solar industry, has received a much needed financial boost in the form of an $8.3 million tax refund from the IRS.

Tips for managing strategic changes

Stragility (n.) — the ability to adapt to changes in your market space and stay on course. What does adaptation involve? Systematically reassessing “winning.”

Snowmaker turned GM, Switzgable scales icy terrain

John Stearns |

Bob Switzgable was hooked on Ski Sundown the day he applied to be a snowmaker there in 1983 after being laid off from a construction job.

Young millionaires seek 'social-impact' investments

Patrick Gillespie | CNNMoney |

Millennials are changing the investing agenda. They don't just want to grow their money: Many Millennials want to achieve social and environmental goals through their investments.

Adamson to lead Operation Fuel

Hartford’s Operation Fuel Inc. says it has hired Karen Adamson, a veteran Connecticut educator and nonprofit executive, as its new executive director, effective June 20.

Sprague manufacturer installs two fuel cells

Flexible packaging manufacturer AMGRAPH said it has purchased two fuel cells that will generate all of the electricity and much of the heat its facility needs.

FuelCell's 2Q loss climbs

Matt Pilon |

Danbury-based FuellCell Energy said its losses for the quarter ended April 30 deepened by 51 percent, thanks to flat revenue and higher expenses.

Pratt & Whitney president hits back at critics

Howard French | Journal Inquirer |

Pratt & Whitney President Robert Leduc hit back at critics of Pratt’s geared turbofan engine, rattling off statistics he said show that its detractors are wrong.

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