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Natural gas provider expands service to Hebron

Patricia Daddona |

East Hartford-based Connecticut Natural Gas, a subsidiary of Avangrid Inc.,will expand in the town of Hebron, continuing an ongoing push to add natural gas capacity in central and eastern Connecticut.

Study: Pipeline expansion would cost ratepayers

Matt Pilon |

A study commissioned by environmental and consumer groups claims that the Access Northeast pipeline expansion would cost more than its proponents have said.

Malloy unveils licensing program for water providers

Matt Pilon |

Gov. Dannel Malloy’s budget unveiled this week calls for a licensing program for providers of drinking water, which will likely impact ratepayers.

In nuke debate, clash over cost, competition

Matt Pilon |

Much of a four-hour public hearing Tuesday was spent debating a proposal that aims to benefit Connecticut's sole nuclear power plant.

Developer flips Sprague solar farm

Matt Pilon |

The owner of the Fusion Solar Center in Sprague has sold a 20-megawatt farm two years after acquiring it.

Aquarion to recover drought costs

Matt Pilon |

Public water utility Aquarion has received a preliminary green light to recover $9.5 million in costs incurred from drought conditions that ramped up in 2016.

CT's Legrand buys Midwest lighting maker

Gregory Seay |

West Hartford electrical and building systems manufacturer Legrand, North America says it purchased a Missouri lighting maker.

CT leaders seek probe of electric supplier marketing tactics

Patricia Daddona |

State Senate Democrats and Consumer Counsel Elin Swanson Katz are calling for a public probe into retail electric suppliers' marketing practices, saying they are abusive and result in unreasonably...

S. Windsor fuel cell, studio project in limbo

Anthony Branciforte | Journal Inquirer |

A long-delayed fuel cell and movie studio project in South Windsor is in limbo as the town and Eversource battle over the details of a 20-year power purchasing agreement, or PPA, between the two...

Wind is an important part of Vermont's future

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