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Developers eye $500M N. Britain tech park

Matt Pilon |

Developers hope to redevelop Stanley Black & Decker's legacy manufacturing properties in New Britain into a state-of-the-art technology park that could include $500 million in capital investment from...

Electric vehicle rebate program gets $2.7M in funding

Patricia Daddona |

A total of $2.7 million in new funding for a consumer rebate program aimed at promoting the sale of electric vehicles is now available, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced Friday.

MDC customers irked at possibly having to pick up $11M Hartford bill

Harlan Levy | Journal Inquirer |

Residents from communities that get the Metropolitan District Commission’s water and sewer service, including Windsor and East Hartford, let the MDC know they are hopping mad at a proposal to...

Newtown machining business installs solar roof

Matt Pilon |

Tier ONE Machining and Assembly said it has completed the installation of a 292-kilowatt solar array on the roof of its Newtown facility.

Stafford adds 3.4MW to net metering program

Matt Pilon |

The town of Stafford has 3.4 megawatts of new solar capacity, following the recent installation of panels at its middle school and on a closed landfill.

Glastonbury contractor joins in commissioning of PA power plant

Patricia Daddona |

Gemma Power Systems LLC of Glastonbury on Wednesday celebrated the commissioning of the Panda Patriot Generating Station in Montgomery, Pa.

Energy challenges require comprehensive approach

James T. Brett |

At a recent energy forum hosted by The New England Council, Gordon van Welie, CEO of ISO New England — our region's power grid operator — described New England's electric reliability this...

CT Water to spend $55M on system upgrades

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut Water Service Inc. says it will spend more than $55 million in the coming year on upgrades to its water systems at home and in Maine.

Green subdivision taking shape in Derby

Matt Pilon |

A Derby subdivision that’s billed as the first in Connecticut to be “net-zero ready” is growing.

STR trims 3Q loss

Matt Pilon |

Solar component provider STR Holdings reported a lower third-quarter net loss, as it cut expenses to overcome a drop in sales.

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