Connecticut’s “Green Bank,” the Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority, says it has celebrated the successful first year of its nationally-recognized Commercial and Industrial Property Assessed Clean Energy, or C-PACE program. Click on this Environmental Headline for more from CEFIA.
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Hay Creek Hotels is pleased to announce that the Ethan Allen Hotel, located in Danbury, Connecticut, was recently certified as a Connecticut Green Lodging Facility. For more on this story, visit: ConnecticutPlus.com News – Ethan Allen Hotel Awarded with Green Lodging Certification.
Clairvest Group has announced that it has made a US$28.5 million investment in Winters Bros. Waste Systems of Danbury, CT.
Peter Kelly-Detwiler interviewed Chip Bottone, the President and CEO of Connecticut-based FuelCell Energy, for Forbes. FuelCell Energy operates 50 fuel cell power plants in nine different countries across the world, including one that will power Al Gore’s new headquarters in London. Click on this Environmental Headline for more on this story.
Ryan Harb, whose pioneering work in promoting sustainable food supply earned recognition from the Obama administration, will speak at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9. Harb will share his share experience and lessons of transforming grass lawns and neglected plots into community gardens at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Danbury-based, FuelCell Energy – which has developed a solid oxide fuel cell technology capable of running on waste derived biogas – is to enter into a $6.4 million cost shared cooperative agreement with the U.S. Department of Energy to continue research and development on a demonstration sub-megawatt SOFC power plant.
Spectra’s proposal, which must be approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, would mean replacing about 8 miles of pipeline between Southeast, N.Y., to the Interstate 84/Route 7 interchange in Danbury. The pipeline now is 26 inches in diameter; the new pipeline would be 42 inches.
Sales at Danbury-based FuelCell Energy Inc. jumped 81 percent in the third quarter ending July 31, beating Wall Street estimates, the company reported late Wednesday. Total revenues for the quarter were $53.7 million, a record for the firm, up from $29.7 million in the same quarter last year. FuelCell Energy, which manufactures fuel cells in
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 focus of this strategic alliance is to help homeowners considering renewable energy, such as Solar PV, realize lower upfront investments and faster paybacks with better ROI’s, which will result in more savings quicker.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch joined officials from Dominion and FuelCell Energy to break ground at the largest fuel cell power project in North America.
Dominion Bridgeport Fuel Cell, which is being built downtown alongside Interstate 95 and the Northeast rail corridor, will produce 14.9 megawatts of clean energy. Click on this Environmental Headline for more on this story.
Fresh from announcing plans to manufacture a 1.4-megawatt fuel-cell power plant to service Hartford Hospital, Danbury-based FuelCell Energy said Thursday it expects to report improved revenue for the second quarter, and investors are taking notice. For more on this story, visit: FuelCell shares jump on revenue outlook – StamfordAdvocate.
DANBURY — Hearthstone Castle may have fallen into disrepair, but a study group kicking off next week hopes to find potential public uses for the building. For more on this story, visit: Study to examine Hearthstone Castle uses – NewsTimes.
DANBURY — Near the Route 7 bypass from Brookfield to New Milford, an odd phenomenon is going on. Worms in the soil along the highway are moving, en masse, from spot to spot. “A significant concentration has shifted,” Theodora Pinou, associate professor of biological and environmental sciences at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury, said
Speeding up the electrification of the Metro-North Danbury rail line would provide economic benefits for nearby towns and dissuade commuters from using other stations that offer better service, state Rep. Gail Lavielle said Monday.
Danbury-based FuelCell Energy has announced an order from its South Korean partner, POSCO Energy for 121.8 megawatts of fuel cell kits and services to be manufactured at the FuelCell Energy production facility in Torrington, Connecticut. The estimated value of the multi-year contract is approximately $181 million. POSCO Energy, the largest independent power producer in South Korea, is a subsidiary of POSCO, a global steel producer.
FuelCell Energy Inc. executives say the future of the company is brightening as international orders and even projects in its home state are becoming realities.
Two members of Connecticut’s congressional delegation say they plan to introduce legislation to increase tax incentives for stationary fuel cells. Of course, if you’re a fuel cell company, you would support such legislation.
FuelCell Energy Inc. has announced a $3.8 million contract award from the U.S. Navy to develop and test a Hybrid Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC)-Battery power system for large displacement undersea vehicle propulsion. This 18 month phase-I award will fund development and laboratory testing of the SOFC propulsion system. Successful performance results may lead to a phase II award that would involve the delivery of a full scale system for testing in an unmanned undersea vehicle.
FuelCell Energy reported total revenues for the first quarter of 2012 of $31.3 million compared to $28.1 million in the same period last year. Product sales and revenues in the first quarter increased 15 percent to $29.6 million compared to $25.8 million in the prior year quarter, due to increasing demand for Direct FuelCell power plants, components and installation services.
Officials from the Norwalk River Valley Trail (NRVT) played to a packed house last week at the Gilbert and Bennett School, presenting and soliciting feedback for their planned 27-mile trail from Danbury to Calf Pasture Beach. … Current plans for the five town trail start at the Danbury train station and run south along Main