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In nuke debate, clash over cost, competition

Matt Pilon |

Much of a four-hour public hearing Tuesday was spent debating a proposal that aims to benefit Connecticut's sole nuclear power plant.

Developer flips Sprague solar farm

Matt Pilon |

The owner of the Fusion Solar Center in Sprague has sold a 20-megawatt farm two years after acquiring it.

Aquarion to recover drought costs

Matt Pilon |

Public water utility Aquarion has received a preliminary green light to recover $9.5 million in costs incurred from drought conditions that ramped up in 2016.

State OKs borrowing for Mohegan development

Matt Pilon |

A long-vacant brownfield will be cleaned up with the help of $10 million authorized this week by the state Bond Commission.

CT's Legrand buys Midwest lighting maker

Gregory Seay |

West Hartford electrical and building systems manufacturer Legrand, North America says it purchased a Missouri lighting maker.

CT leaders seek probe of electric supplier marketing tactics

Patricia Daddona |

State Senate Democrats and Consumer Counsel Elin Swanson Katz are calling for a public probe into retail electric suppliers' marketing practices, saying they are abusive and result in unreasonably...

S. Windsor fuel cell, studio project in limbo

Anthony Branciforte | Journal Inquirer |

A long-delayed fuel cell and movie studio project in South Windsor is in limbo as the town and Eversource battle over the details of a 20-year power purchasing agreement, or PPA, between the two...

Wind is an important part of Vermont's future

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CT gets good news for now on its EPA grants

Jan Ellen Spiegel | Connecticut Mirror |

Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental is breathing at least a temporary sigh of relief over the Trump administration freeze of Environmental Protection Agency grants and...

Katz: Electric bills unaffordable for many

Matt Pilon |

Consumer Counsel Elin Swanson Katz told lawmakers this week that Connecticut’s high energy costs are a problem for more than just low-income residents or those with medical emergencies.

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