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Applications available for annual firewood lottery

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection is accepting applications through Feb. 2 for its annual state forest firewood lottery.

Seven towns join Clean Energy Communities

Seven Connecticut towns – Colchester, New Hartford, Marlborough, Hebron, Bolton, Morris, and Vernon – have joined more than 100 others in joining the state's Clean Energy Communities...

Bridgeport, Milford microgrids receive $5.1M

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection awarded $5.1 million in microgrid funding for Bridgeport and Milford to develop districts that can keep the power on when the main...

Winter power prices will depend on weather, again

Brad Kane |

Now is the time for businesses to lock up their winter electricity pricing.

Carla's Pasta Inc.

What are the family values of your business, and how do they help you remain competitive in the market?

J.E. Shepard Companies: 126 years and still growing

John A. Lahtinen |

The J.E. Shepard Companies has been doing business for quite some time – 126 years to be exact.

Windsor Marketing emphasizes social responsibility

Kathryn M. Roy |

Windsor Marketing Group, an in-store shopper marketing agency that works with leading retailers throughout the U.S., doesn't make critical business decisions in a vacuum.

Connecticut Family Business Awards 2014

For the Connecticut Family Business Awards, we asked 31 of the best and finest family businesses in the state what sets them apart from the competition, how they stay ahead in the marketplace, and...

Unnamed partner gives FuelCell seven-figure deal

Danbury clean energy manufacturer FuelCell Energy has received a seven-figure deal from a global energy company to development technologies that make use of waste emissions from natural gas power...

Brownfield $1.5M program focuses on historic sites

The Connecticut Department of Economic & Community Development has launched a new round of brownfield funding of up to $1.5 million for historically significant sites.

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