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Three CT Home Depots to get rooftop solar

Matt Pilon |

Home Depot will erect solar panels on the rooftops of 50 stores in six states, including three in Connecticut, the home improvement retailer announced Thursday.

Despite sinking sales, STR trims 2Q losses

Enfield solar component manufacturer STR Holdings reduced its second-quarter losses by cutting expenses and other costs amid a steep drop in sales revenue.

Farmers to appeal goat yoga ban amid threats from neighbor

Joe Cooper | Journal Inquirer |

Tracy Longoria, a co-owner of Aussakita Acres Farm in Manchester, says she will not be intimidated by threats she received from a neighbor and local official who said they would use their authority...

Electric supplier receives $5M fine, five-year ban

Palmco Energy has agreed to pay $5 million and not reapply for an electric supplier license until at least 2020 to settle allegations that its marketing practices violated state law.

CT utilities leader named president of national regulatory group

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) Vice-Chairman John W. "Jack" Betkoski III has been named president of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners.

PURA: No virtual net metering for MDC

Matt Pilon |

The Metropolitan District (MDC), which provides water and sewer services to its member municipalities, is not itself a municipality, the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority said in a recent draft...

Greenskies tops latest solar ranking

Matt Pilon |

Greenskies Renewable Energy as the most prolific installer in Connecticut.

On CT's budget, it turns out there may be a nuclear option


One of the unconventional revenue-raising schemes considered by legislators in pursuit of an overdue budget would have Connecticut extract millions of dollars from Dominion Energy in return for...

Connecticut Water Service 2Q net drops

Patricia Daddona |

Clinton-based Connecticut Water Service said Tuesday its second-quarter profits dropped 15 percent, in part due to recent acquisition costs.

DEEP offers funding for microgrid projects

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut's hospitals, grocers, municipal facilities and others can apply to the state for millions of dollars in aid to develop microgrid projects that would provide power even when the electric...

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