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N. Grid joins Eversource’s $3B pipeline expansion

Great Britain’s National Grid on Wednesday joined Hartford’s Eversource Energy in a $3 billion pipeline expansion project designed to increase the flow of natural gas into New England.

Go Green lands distribution contract

Oxford's Go Green Global Technologies Corp. has inked a national distribution contract with a Newtown HVAC contractor.

Former N. London CEO sentenced for Clean Water citation

The former chief executive officer of a New London pharmaceutical company received three years probation, a $30,000 fine, and 300 hours of community service for knowingly violating the U.S. Clean...

Covanta to be fined $80K for Bristol safety violations

The U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration has proposed fining the owner of the Bristol trash-to-energy plant $80,100 on Tuesday for 16 violations related to workplace safety.

Terrorism, falling crude prices don’t deter Wallingford oil tech firm

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Volatile oil prices, Middle East terrorism, and the falling value of Russian currency all pose threats to Wallingford drilling technology maker APS Technology, but that's not stopping the company's...

Renamed NU beats 4Q earning expectations

Eversource Energy, formerly Northeast Utilities, said better transmission segment earnings and lower operation and maintenance costs boosted its fourth-quarter profits by 25 percent.

C-PACE allocated $65M in first two years

Connecticut's C-PACE program allocated $65 million for more than 90 energy efficiency and renewable energy projects in its first two years, according to a report by administrator Connecticut Green...

Paint program collects 240,798 gallons in first year

Connecticut's paint recycling program collected 240,798 gallons of oil-based and latex paint in its first year, according to the report filed by administrative organization PaintCare.

Proposed Blue Plan to protect Long Island Sound

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy will propose a Long Island Sound Blue Plan that seeks to protect the natural and human resources along the state's coastline.

CT Republicans propose toll-less transportation plan

Connecticut House and Senate Republicans Wednesday jointly proposed a long-term transportation funding plan that doesn’t include tolls.

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