No Swimming At 3 State Parks
Grid Operator Predicts Adequate Summer PowerThe operator of New England's power grid says the region will have enough power to meet expected peak summer demands.
Governors Meet On Energy Issues
Region's Governors Meet On Energy StrategyNew England's governors are meeting to update their long-term energy strategy that increasingly relies on natural gas and efforts to build more pipelines.
New England Governors To Meet In Hartford This WeekFive of New England's governors are scheduled to meet in Hartford to advance their efforts looking for regional solutions to costly energy and natural gas pipeline bottlenecks.
Review To Evaluate Cooling Towers For Millstone _ State energy officials have begun a review of Connecticut's nuclear plant to decide if it will be required to build cooling towers.
RI Offshore Wind Farm Gets Final Lease, PermitsAn offshore wind farm that could be the nation's first has gotten its final lease and permits from Rhode Island coastal regulators.
Meeting Set To Protest CL&P Rate RequestA coalition of labor, religious and environmental groups is lobbying state regulators to reject Connecticut Light & Power's request for a higher rate intended to upgrade equipment following storms and to prevent future outages.
EPA Chief Returns To Conn. To Talk Up EnvironmentIt's a homecoming of sorts for the head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Northeast Heating Prices Could Be Down Or Up This Winter
Oil Dealers Sue Over Natural Gas Expansion Plan Connecticut oil dealers are suing over Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's drive to expand the use of natural gas, demanding environmental reviews.
Winter Energy Prices Projected To Be LowerMilder temperatures should cut heating bills this winter, as few expect a return of the deep freeze that chilled much of the nation last year.