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CEFIA signs deal for financing data platform

The Connecticut Clean Energy Finance & Investment Authority has signed a contract with California-based METIS Financial Network to provide a data and work platform for CEFIA's residential financing...

DEEP offers more than $1 M for pumpout stations

Lauren Decarlo |

More than $1 million in federal funds are available for boat sewage disposal facilities on the Long Island Sound for the 2015 boating season.

ISO tries to prevent winter power price spikes

After this past winter saw the highest wholesale electricity prices in the region's recorded history, power grid administrator ISO New England has filed to expand its program to offset these issues...

Millstone nuclear approved for warmer cooling water

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has given the Millstone Power Station in Waterford the approval to use warmer water from Long Island Sound in its cooling processes, two years after hot temperatures...

STR talks strategic options, liquidation

Brad Kane |

In redoing the bonus contracts for two of its executives, Enfield solar manufacturer STR Holdings said it is considering strategic alternatives for the company, including selling or liquidating the...

North Haven firm awarded grant for indoor air filter

Lauren DeCarlo |

A North Haven clean energy technology company was awarded a grant to develop a regenerable indoor air filter on Monday.

Pratt, UTC announce more airshow deals

On day two of the Farnborough International Airshow, Pratt & Whitney and its parent United Technologies announced another slew of deals with airlines.

Report: CT roads conditions worst in U.S.

A new White House report says Connecticut and Rhode Island's roads are tied for being in the worst condition in the country.

STR extends exec retention deals as it weighs future

Enfield solar parts supplier STR Holdings wants to hang onto two of its key executives a while longer, it disclosed.

DOT’s planning relies on public input

Brad Kane |

Connecticut Department of Transportation Commissioner James Redeker doesn't know what the state's transportation future will be. He wants you to tell him.

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