The specialist’s salary will be $60,000 to $80,000.
MILFORD — Mayor James L. Richetelli Jr. told the Board of Aldermen at a meeting this week of the savings; he said he has negotiated $378,000 in savings for municipal energy costs, in addition to $508,000 the city already saves by participating in the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities energy consortium since 2007. via Milford mayor
Energy Plan Setback In New Milford | The Housatonic Times: “New Milford attorney Randall DiBella, the town counsel, told the Town Council this week that a $3.7 million, 20-year proposal for energy savings in the schools does not conform to the municipal bidding ordinances, which would disallow the town’s entering into an agreement on the
New Milford School Board’s Energy Savings Plan Doesn’t Conform to Bid Procedures | The Housatonic TimesJuly 14th, 2009
New Milford School Board's Energy Savings Plan Doesn't Conform to Bid Procedures | The Housatonic Times Provided by www.CTEnvironmentalHeadlines.com
New Milford Town Council delays decision on energy performance contract – NewsTimes.com: “NEW MILFORD — School leaders hope to convince the Town Council that $3.7 million in new energy-efficient equipment, paid for with future savings in fuel and utility bills, is a good deal.” Provided by www.CTEnvironmentalHeadlines.com
NRG Energy, United Illuminating Officially Break Ground on New 200 Megawatt Peaking Power Plant in Milford, Connecticut; Jobs on the horizonMay 29th, 2009
NRG Energy, United Illuminating Officially Break Ground on GenConn’s New 200 Megawatt Peaking Power Plant in Milford, Connecticut: "PRINCETON, N.J. & NEW HAVEN, Conn. – GenConn Energy, a 50-50 joint venture between NRG Energy, Inc. and The United Illuminating Company, a subsidiary of UIL Holdings, Inc., today officially broke ground on a new 200 megawatt
Milford conducting energy audit? – The New Haven Register: “An audit of how much energy each city-owned or managed building consumes is expected to be completed early next year, allowing officials to establish a building-specific baseline of energy use, said block grant coordinator Tom Ivers.” Provided by www.CTEnvironmentalHeadlines.com
Milford gets OK to buy clean energy credits- The New Haven Register – Serving Greater New Haven, CT: “MILFORD — The city this week moved a little closer to its goal of using clean energy sources for 20 percent of municipal electricity needs by 2010. The Board of Alderman Monday approved the purchase of renewable
Milford parties spar over energy resolution | New Haven Register Blogs: All About Milford: : “Democratic and Republican officials are trading barbs over a resolution the Board of Aldermen adopted that urges energy conservation but also advocates for a statewide publicly owned electric utility.” Provided by www.CTEnvironmentalHeadlines.com
There are new microgrid projects in Bridgeport and Milford …
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced that new microgrid projects in Bridgeport and Milford – which will help keep critical buildings and facilities in those two cities powered even when the grid goes down – have been awarded a total of $5.1 million through the second round of the innovative Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) Microgrid Program.
Recycling Inc., formerly known as Milford Recycling Inc., proposed to expand its activities into other solid waste areas.
Notice of Tentative Determination to Approve a Combined Title V, Title IV and CAIR Operating Permit MilfordJuly 14th, 2014
The Commissioner of the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection DEEP hereby gives notice that a tentative determination has been reached to approve the following application to operate a source regulated under the federal Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990. This permit combines all permit conditions and applicable requirements for air pollutant emitting sources at
The Power of Change organization recognized the achievements of more than 20 state agencies and municipalities for efforts on reducing energy spending and greenhouse gas emissions to protect the environment and benefit Connecticut residents.
The additional $2.02 million in funding comes from a settlement with General Electric. The settlement included $7.75 million for projects in Connecticut aimed at restoring, rehabilitating or acquiring the equivalent of the natural resources and recreational uses of the Housatonic River that were injured by the release of PCBs. The PCBs were released from a
Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and the University of Connecticut will conduct a workshop for municipal staff on recent legislation (Public Act 13-82) concerning running bamboo. The workshop will be held on Aug. 20 from 9:30 a.m. to noon at the Milford City Hall auditorium, 110 River St., Milford. For more on this
Ross Solar Group of Danbury, CT today announced their strategic alliance with Climate Partners of Milford, CT to provide Integrated Energy and Comfort solutions to Connecticut homeowners.
The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection ruled late Friday they have withdrawn Recycling Inc.’s temporary approval for an expanded permit at the 990 Naugatuck Avenue facility. For more on this story, visit: Connecticut takes action against Milford-based Recycling Inc.- The New Haven Register – Serving New Haven, Connecticut.
The program resulted in 21 projects totaling 6.2 MW of solar and fuel cell generation being selected for deployment at locations across UI service territory — including in Orange, Hamden, Stratford, New Haven, Trumbull, Fairfield, Shelton, Ansonia, West Haven, Milford, and Bridgeport. The weighted average of payments for Renewable Energy Credits to these 19 solar projects and 2 fuel cell projects is 8.6 cents per kilowatt hour compared to solar programs in other states that often have resulted in payments of around 20 c/kWh per REC.
The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protect has suspended indefinitely all proceedings connected to a controversial Recycling Inc. application. Commissioner Daniel C. Esty wrote in a statement late Wednesday that a tentative approval the company received in February for 990 Naugatuck Ave. may be withdrawn, and the project could be denied if it is