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Go Green Technologies expands board

Oxford-based Go Green Global Technologies has expanded its board of directors to include a fifth member, a former Goldman, Sachs & Co. executive.

Ansonia manufacturer completes 320-panel solar array

Ansonia submersible pump manufacturer HOMA Pump Technology has installed a 104 kilowatt solar array on top of its headquarters.

PURA needs regulatory independence

Regulatory independence is a hallmark of any great system of checks and balances.

DEEP approves mattress recycling plan for CT

The Department of Energy & Environmental Protection has given its blessing to a statewide mattress recycling plan proposed by a Virginia nonprofit.

DEEP swears in three new officers

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection swore in three new environmental officers on Tuesday morning in Hartford, filling vacancies in the state's oldest police force.

Bald eagle shot in Rocky Hill, $5K reward offered

An immature bald eagle was shot and killed in Rocky Hill earlier this month, and authorities are offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the people...

UConn water diversion plan approved

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection on Tuesday granted tentative approval of UConn's plan to divert 1.2 million gallons of water from Tolland to support the university's...

Obama emissions rules to lead to more CT pollution

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection expects the federal clean air rules put forth by President Barack Obama to increase the amount of emissions coming out of the Nutmeg...

Thompson cardboard firm pays $100K EPA fine

Thompson cardboard manufacturer Norampac New England has agreed to pay a $100,000 fine for alleged violations of the federal Clean Water Act.

New law increases interest in re-energizing dams

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While solar panels fly up on rooftops and fuel cells are installed throughout Connecticut, another type of renewable energy generation is slowly gaining steam in the state.

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