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Spring wholesale power prices down 38%

Spring wholesale power prices in New England fell 38 percent this year, thanks mainly to the lower natural gas prices, according to grid operator ISO New England.

Zipcar to launch bikeshare programs on 15 college campuses

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Zipcar made a name for itself by making it easy for anyone to borrow a car. Now the company has a new project -- bikes.

Water companies, public systems urging water conservation

Patricia Daddona |

Two water companies and six public water systems are continuing to urge voluntary water conservation, complying with a notice originally issued June 27 by the Connecticut Interagency Drought...

Electric Chevrolet Bolt to go 238 miles on a charge

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General Motors' all-electric Chevrolet Bolt compact car will be able to go 238 miles on a single charge, the automaker announced Tuesday.

UConn makes Sierra Club's top 10

Matt Pilon |

For the fifth year in a row, the Sierra Club has ranked UConn in the top 10 on its greenest universities list.

FuelCell's 3Q red ink deepens

Matt Pilon |

Danbury’s FuelCell Energy said its third-quarter net losses increased by nearly 62 percent largely due to a steep drop in revenue.

Electric suppliers pay for clean-energy shortage

Matt Pilon |

More than half of the electricity suppliers operating in Connecticut will pay a combined $7.9 million for missing mandated renewable energy targets in 2014, the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority...

Green Bank extends C-PACE pairing

Matt Pilon |

The Connecticut Green Bank said it's extending the deadline for a fledgling program meant to provide supplemental funds to recipients of C-PACE financing.

Access Northeast developer to be acquired for $28B

Matt Pilon |

The owner of the Algonquin Gas Transmission pipeline, which crosses Connecticut diagonally into Rhode Island and Massachusetts, said this week it has agreed to be acquired by Canadian energy giant...

OPEC's dire finances fuel oil freeze talks

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Price wars can be painful -- even for the mighty OPEC.

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