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Manchester to house New England's largest Tesla 'Supercharger'

Matt Pilon |

Electric vehicle maker Tesla is building a 16-stall charging facility in Manchester that looks to be its largest yet in New England.

Solar farm on former E. Windsor landfill to benefit S. Windsor taxpayers

Howard French | Journal Inquirer |

A solar power facility on a former landfill in East Windsor will help a neighboring town, South Windsor, save as much as $1 million over two decades on its electric bill, officials say.

Trash/recycling plant to provide $1M to Hartford

Matt Pilon |

The recently enacted state budget, which provides a restructuring lifeline to the city of Hartford, also requires a recycling and trash-to-energy plant that processes one-third of Connecticut’s...

Clinton utility plans $66M infrastructure investment in 2018

Clinton water utility Connecticut Water Service has authorized a $66.2 million capital spending plan for 2018 focused on pipeline replacement and aging infrastructure updates.

$5.8M gas line supplying Hebron buildings, businesses

East Hartford-based Connecticut Natural Gas said it has completed and activated a new $5.6 million gas main in Hebron that will supply energy to municipal buildings, businesses and schools.

America's oil and gas output could soar 25% by 2025

CNNMoney |

The United States can look forward to many more years of an unprecedented oil and gas boom.

Q&A with Hartford Marathon Foundation CEO Beth Shluger

John Stearns |

Beth Shluger, who founded the Hartford Marathon Foundation (HMF) in 1994 and served as race director for the Eversource Hartford Marathon and Half Marathon for the past 24 years, caught her breath to...

Millions in VW settlement funding draw closer

Connecticut is closing in on its $55 million in anticipated funding from a legal settlement with automaker Volkswagen.

Acquisitions spur CT Water's higher 3Q profits

Clinton-based Connecticut Water Service said Thursday its third-quarter profits rose 13 percent largely due to recent acquisitions.

OCC: Electric supplier customers saw higher price spread in Aug.

Customers who use a third party electricity supplier paid more in August than they would have if they had contracted with the state's major utilities, according to a new state report.

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