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Tolland firm snares Canadian EV charger pact

Patricia Daddona |

Tolland business developer Lot 78 Inc. says it has signed an exclusive marketing deal to introduce its Juice Bar electric vehicle charger to the Canadian market.

In nuke debate, dueling claims fly

Matt Pilon |

What do power plants, environmentalists and the largest association of Americans aged 50 and up have in common?

Tesla advocates recruit array of supporters

An ad hoc, varied coalition of environmental groups, Mohegan Sun, commercial property owners, and renewable energy organizations and companies wrote to state legislative leaders Wednesday urging them...

Fuel-bank first for heating assistance nonprofit

Matt Pilon |

Hartford nonprofit Operation Fuel, which provides several million dollars in heating and energy assistance to low-income households, has for the first time added a Connecticut utility to its roster...

SCSU science building designated LEED Gold

Matt Pilon |

A new $49 million science and laboratory building at Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven is Connecticut’s latest LEED Gold facility, SCSU announced.

Bill supporting farm breweries takes step forward

Patricia Daddona |

The state House of Representatives passed a bill Wednesday that would create a manufacturer's permit for farm breweries and allow permittees to advertise their product as “Connecticut Craft...

Tesla direct-sale proposal unfair to auto manufacturers

Amy Brink |

Decades ago, states across America passed a series of laws requiring the sale of motor vehicles through independent franchised car dealers, thereby making direct sale by manufacturers illegal.

UConn joins $35M advanced materials research consortium

Patricia Daddona |

UConn is one of several research institutions participating in the Toyota Research Institute's (TRI) $35 million initiative to accelerate design and discovery of advanced materials for use in...

Green Bankers named to national efficiency group

Matt Pilon |

Two Connecticut Green Bank executives have been named to volunteer positions with a national group that promotes Property Assessed Clean Energy financing -- a Green Bank specialty.

PURA changes fee structure for residential solar projects

Matt Pilon |

State regulators have OK’d a new set of guidelines for the fees utilities can charge to hook up residential customers’ solar panels to the electric grid.

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