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STR Holdings board member resigns

Howard French | Journal Inquirer |

Andrew Africk has resigned as a member of STR Holdings Inc.’s board of directors, STR officials say in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Consumer counsel opposes UI rate hike request

Keith Griffin |

The Office of Consumer Counsel plans to oppose the $100 million increase in distribution rates proposed Friday by the United Illuminating Co. over the next three years.

Greenberg is Birken Manufacturing's third-generation pilot

Gregory Seay |

Vowing you'll never do something can sometimes guarantee that you will. Ask Gary S. Greenberg, third-generation owner/president of Birken Manufacturing Co. in Bloomfield.

MDC awards $279.4M tunnel project

Keith Griffin |

As part of its Clean Water Project, the MDC awarded a contract to construct the South Hartford Conveyance and Storage Tunnel to Kenny / Obayashi, a joint venture of two companies with extensive...

PURA reversal is win for Yale, other major facilities

Matt Pilon |

Yale University has successfully appealed a state regulator's 2015 decision to deny it natural gas incentives for a combined-heat-and-power plant on its campus in New Haven.

Rate recovery controversy

Matt Pilon |

Perhaps the most important question in building energy infrastructure is “who's going to pay for it?” Under Connecticut's ongoing procurement, and similar proceedings in other New England...

CT deals seen as linchpin for 'Access Northeast'

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut's energy regulator is in the midst of a major power procurement that could determine the fate of New England's largest proposed natural gas expansion project.

Eversource names new regional president

Keith Griffin |

Eversource Energy has named Craig Hallstrom its new regional electric operations president for Connecticut and Massachusetts.

After HQ upgrade, HARC expects big savings

Matt Pilon |

HARC Inc., a nonprofit program provider for people with intellectual disabilities, has completed an upgrade of its Hartford headquarters that it expects will save it more than $16,000 a year in...

Glastonbury's Gemma wraps work on two Penn. power plants

Glastonbury-based Gemma Power Systems said it has finished work on two natural gas-fired power plants in Pennsylvania and turned them over to their owner to begin operation.

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