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OCC: CT electricity consumers paid more through third-party suppliers

Matt Pilon |

The Office Consumer Counsel says Connecticut residents that opted to purchase their electricity from third-party suppliers in 2015 paid $58 million more than they would have if they used...

PURA reduces penalty for power supplier

Matt Pilon |

The state's utilities regulator has issued a final $60,500 penalty to electricity supplier Liberty Power for backbilling commercial and government customers in violation of state law.

CT AAA club converting truck fleet to propane

Matt Pilon |

An AAA club that services five Connecticut counties is making progress on converting its 28-truck fleet to run on propane instead of gasoline, which its fleet manager says will reduce emissions and...

Former CL&P president lands Oregon job

Connecticut Light & Power's former president and chief operating officer has joined an Oregon-based energy company as chief operating officer.

Clean energy poster child SunEdison files for bankruptcy

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SunEdison, once a poster child of the clean energy boom, filed for bankruptcy on Thursday due to a severe cash crunch.

Turning ocean waves into electricity

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We get power from wind, sun and water.

NTE opening Killingly generating facility

A new natural gas-fired electric generating facility will be opening in Killingly. It is one of three in the Eastern U.S. announced by NTE Energy.

Narrowing the clean-energy affordability gap

Q&A talks about a new initiative to expand solar use by lower-income homeowners with Kerry O'Neill, managing director, residential programs at Connecticut Green Bank.

Towns push to expand virtual net metering

John Stearns |

About a dozen Connecticut towns stand to benefit from a bill changing the state's virtual net metering program to help them complete solar projects that will save municipalities and their taxpayers...

UI LED street program underway

Orange-based United Illuminating, which recently became a subsidiary of Avangrid Inc., said it installed more than 15,000 LED streetlights in the past year.

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