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CT Water's '16 net rises

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut Water Service Co. posted higher 2016 net on the Clinton water utility's expanded service territory and sharply lower expenses.

Lenders wary of residential clean energy program

The quasi-public Connecticut Green Bank is taking another stab at creating an energy-efficiency lending program for homeowners, something that exists in just a handful of states.

STR '16 losses balloon to near $16M

Howard French | Journal Inquirer |

STR Holdings Inc.'s financial quagmire deepened in 2016, leaving the Enfield solar power equipment maker with a net loss of $15.9 million, or 86 cents per share.

Agencies, industry push for broader use of RGGI funds

A pool of state money generated through the auctioning of carbon-emissions allowances could be used for broader purposes, if a bill before state lawmakers makes it through the legislature this...

FuelCell’s 1Q red ink grows

Matt Pilon |

A steep drop in product sales revenue helped drive a larger first-quarter loss for Danbury’s FuelCell Energy, the manufacturer reported Thursday.

Easing auto emissions rules would set back CT clean-air efforts

Jan Ellen Spiegel | CT Mirror |

A couple of weeks after the presidential election, Sen. Richard Blumenthal brought together representatives of about a dozen Connecticut environmental advocacy groups to brainstorm ways to deal with...

S.Windsor ticket seller promotes greenhouse gas reduction

Patricia Daddona |

South Windsor-based Ticket Liquidator, which sells live entertainment tickets online, is teaming up with eco-friendly online shopping portal UCapture to ensure a portion of each ticket sale funds...

UTC unit completes acquisition of overseas energy analytics firm

Patricia Daddona |

Jupiter, Fla.-based UTC Climate, Controls & Security has completed its acquisition of EcoEnergy, Wipro Limited's energy services business division in Bengaluru, India.

New England electricity prices hit 13-year low

Matt Pilon |

New England's wholesale electricity prices last year fell to their lowest level since 2003, according to grid operator ISO New England.

Eversource calls off expanded credit reporting

Matt Pilon |

Eversource has canceled a program that expanded the amount of customer-payment data it reports to credit bureau Experian, just one month after launching it.

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