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Eversource reports 2015 income increase, 4Q drop

Eversource, parent company of Connecticut Light & Power among other regional utilities, reported an increase in net income for 2015 but a drop in fourth quarter profits.

CT looks to add “greenways”

State environmental overseers are accepting nominations for trails and waterways that could receive a “greenway” designation.

Industry group: CT ranks 31st in grid modernization

Connecticut needs to do more to be a leading state in “grid modernization,” according to an industry group of utilities, suppliers, service providers and others.

Exxon Mobil earnings plunge

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Exxon Mobil's bottom line is the latest victim of plunging oil prices.

Microsoft just put a data center under water

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Water and electronics usually don't mix. But Microsoft thinks dumping computers in the ocean might be the wave of future.

Tesla tries to open its first Michigan dealership

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Tesla Motors is taking the fight to Michigan, the home turf of the Big Three automakers.

Eversource extends Hartford Marathon sponsorship

Eversource has announced the extension of its title sponsorship of the Eversource Hartford Marathon and Half Marathon through 2019.

CT colleges: No hoverboards on campus

The “hoverboard” industry took another blow this week as the overseer of 17 state universities decided this week to ban them from campuses.

Pellet retailer files for Ch. 7 bankruptcy

A Thomspon-based heating pellet retailer has filed for Ch. 7 bankruptcy protection, following complaints from customers that the company hadn’t made good on deliveries.

Beacon Falls approves fuel cell tax deal

Soon to be home to the world’s largest fuel cell park, Beacon Falls town officials voted last week to approve a tax stabilization deal with the park’s developer.

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