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CNG breaking ground on E. Hampton natural gas

East Hartford utility Connecticut Natural Gas will break ground Thursday on a new 10-mile natural gas pipeline expansion into East Hampton, marking the first time the town's businesses and residents...

Malloy pledges $1M in electric vehicle incentives

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Tuesday announced a $1 million fund to give Connecticut businesses and residents incentives up to $3,000 to buy or lease an electric or fuel cell vehicle.

FuelCell adds banker as new director

Danbury clean energy manufacturer FuelCell Energy has selected a former executive of Citigroup and Bank of America to join its board of directors.

Sustainable travel, digital marketing latest tourism trends

Q&A talks with Randy Fiveash, director of the Connecticut Office of Tourism in advance of the summer tourism season.

CT marijuana grower seeks $13M for NY facilities

West Haven medical marijuana manufacturer Advanced Grow Labs is seeking $13.2 million from investors to start producing and selling the drug in New York.

Report: Weather hurt 2014 marathon attendance, spending

The ranks of spectators, volunteers and participants at last year's rainy Hartford Marathon declined 13 percent from the year before, race organizers revealed Thursday.

Pratt signs first customer for new big data play

East Hartford aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney has landed its first customer for a new aftermarket data system designed to increase jet engine performance and decrease maintenance costs.

Trinity, edX to globally offer online courses

Hartford's Trinity College this fall will begin offering a pair of online courses to pupils around the globe.

STR slows losses in 1Q

Enfield solar parts manufacturer STR Holdings lost $2.6 million from its continuing operations in the first quarter, an improvement over the $4.6 million it lost in the first quarter 2014.

Eversource last in customer satisfaction

Hartford/Boston utility Eversource Energy scored last in a national ranking for customer satisfaction among investor-owned utilities, according to a report released Tuesday.

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