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As solar prices continue to fall, developers say state's restrictive siting policies inhibit industry growth

Matt Pilon |

As Connecticut's environmental goals have grown increasingly ambitious, one type of renewable-energy technology has emerged as a leader when it comes to lower costs — utility-scale solar farms.

AG Tong joins N.Y. in EPA smog challenge

Matt Pilon |

Picking up where his predecessor George Jepsen left off, Connecticut's new Attorney General William Tong is taking the federal government to court over cross-state air pollution.

UConn Trustees expected to vote on new president Tuesday

KATHLEEN MEGAN | CT Mirror |

Thomas C. Katsouleas, the finalist for the UConn presidency, is not only provost and executive vice president of the University of Virginia and an inventor and researcher with hundreds of...

GE's stock is soaring. But its turnaround isn't a sure thing

CNN BUSINESS |

Wall Street seems to believe the long-awaited General Electric comeback has finally arrived. But GE's problems are far from over.

Lamont: New London to reap profits from redeveloped State Pier

Joe Cooper |

New London's coffers will receive a cut of the profits from the rehabilitated State Pier in New London, according to the governor's office.

Next year, the US will export more energy than it imports. That hasn't happened since 1953

CNN BUSINESS |

The United States, long beholden to foreign oil, is poised to become a net energy exporter starting next year.

PG&E files for bankruptcy after California wildfires

CNN BUSINESS |

Pacific Gas and Electric has filed for bankruptcy protection after coming under pressure from billions of dollars in claims tied to deadly wildfires.

Nissan gives a glimpse of future electric cars

CNN BUSINESS |

Nissan makes the best-selling electric car in the world to date. Over 380,000 Nissan Leafs have been sold, and that model is now in its second generation.

Relief program for Coast Guard members off to slow start

ANA RADELAT CT Mirror |

Washington – Victims of the partial government shutdown, members of the Coast Guard in Connecticut are about to miss their second paycheck, but few have yet to take advantage of a state grant...

Next year, the US will export more energy than it imports. That hasn't happened since 1953

CNN BUSINESS |

The United States, long beholden to foreign oil, is poised to become a net energy exporter starting next year.

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