Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s campaign sought to defend Malloy’s economic development policies in an ad released Friday that touts a $400 million deal with United Technologies Corp. approved earlier this year.
West Hartford renewable energy developer BNE Energy is cleared to build three wind turbines in Colebrook, after a Connecticut Supreme Court ruling on Monday ended a three-year legal battle.
“The importance of this deal begins with the thousands of employees at United Technologies at United Technologies and extends to the tens of thousands of people employed by or impacted by the work of companies in the supply chain,” said Governor Malloy.
Recycling Inc., formerly known as Milford Recycling Inc., proposed to expand its activities into other solid waste areas.
Residents and businesses in Wilton will soon be able to make the switch to clean-burning, affordable natural gas. Yankee Gas is installing a new natural gas pipeline, making Wilton the first community in the state to partner with a utility through Connecticut’s Comprehensive Energy Strategy.
UIL Holdings Corporation announced the purchase of a 14.6 million gallon liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage facility and related assets in Milford, Connecticut from subsidiaries of Iberdrola USA, Inc. for approximately $20 million. UIL purchased the assets through its subsidiary on July 31, 2014. The Milford facility is operated by The Southern Connecticut Gas Company,
Are you a CL&P customer? Your bill could be increasing by as much as 60 percent by the end of this year! CL&P says it is proposing the increase to cover a gap related to past storm damage.
Information regarding the projects, which consist of two 2.8 MW DFC3000 fuel cell power plants to be installed at different sites within the UI service territory, was released on April 30 and identified Bridgeport as one location with the other to be named at a later date.
South Korean Company Buys ClearEdge Power; Fuel Cell Maker Abruptly Laid Off South Windsor Workers In AprilJul 23rd, 2014 | By Environmental Headlines -- CT environmental news
Doosan Co. Ltd., based in South Korea, said it will acquire the assets and operating debt of U.S.-based ClearEdge Power, a fuel cell manufacturer for buildings, for $32.4 million, the Reuters news service reports. ClearEdge Power, based in Sunnyvale, Calif., filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy in May to reduce debt and operating costs. It had major
From EnergizeCT: The towns of East Lyme, Franklin, Ledyard, Lisbon, Lyme, Old Lyme, Preston, Sprague, and Waterford have all recently signed a pledge to commit to Clean Energy Communities, an Energize Connecticut program that incentivizes Connecticut municipalities to support energy efficiency and renewable energy. Under the Clean Energy Communities program, each town pledged to reduce
Wind power will play an increasing role in the U.S., likely supplying more than a third of the nation’s energy needs by 2050, according to a new analysis being readied by the federal Department of Energy, but Connecticut isn’t likely to be a major industry player. Click for more from the Hartford Business Journal.
Mike Jefferson, MDC Diversity Manager at The Metropolitan District, was presented with the Environmental Protection Agency’s Administrator’s Award for Outstanding State, Local or Tribal Office Performance Achievement. Jefferson was the sole recipient selected for this national honor.
Trinity Solar’s headquarters will move from 131 Whiting St. in Plainville to 611 West Johnson Ave. in Cheshire.
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.
Solar arrays and HVAC upgrades recently installed at the Farmington-based ebm-papst are projected to yield annual savings in heating and cooling costs which the company plans to reinvest in production and R&D growth. Part of the company’s ongoing GreenTech efforts to bring the next generation of efficiency to its entire complex, these systems go online as the company celebrates its annual GreenDay week.
Energy Plus does not acknowledge any wrongdoing as a part of the settlement, which must still be approved by the state Public Utilities Regulatory Authority, said Jaclyn Falkowski, a spokeswoman for Jepsen.
The state agency charged with financing renewable energy projects has closed on a $30 million deal to sell a portfolio of Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) transactions to a California-based specialty financing firm.
Connecticut’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority approved on Tuesday a New Hampshire-based, 75-MW biomass power plant as eligible to generate Class I renewable energy certificates.
Massachusetts DEP fines Connecticut company for improper expansion of Williamsburg gravel pit near Mill RiverMay 16th, 2014 | By Environmental Headlines -- CT environmental news
The DEP initially ordered Hull Forestlands LC of Pomfret Center, Conn., to pay $24,000 in fines but agreed to suspend $10,200 once the company completes a restoration plan to repair damage done at the site, according to a statement issued by the state agency. Under the Wetlands Protection Act, no excavation can take place within
The United Illuminating Co. has selected FuelCell Energy two build a pair of 2.8 megawatt fuel cell power plants for the utility.