Connecticut Light and Power
By STEPHEN SINGER Associated Press BERLIN, Conn. (AP) _ In the nearly 18 months since a tropical storm and freak October nor’easter wreaked havoc on Connecticut’s electrical system, the state’s biggest utility has been strengthening […]
The state Department of Transportation is teaming up with Metro-North Railroad and Connecticut Light and Power in announcing a tree removal program along the Metro North New Haven commuter line in Stamford and Greenwich. Officials […]
BERLIN, Conn. (AP) _ Connecticut’s largest utility and the union that represents about 1,100 workers reached a contract agreement Thursday that proposes a wage increase of about 11 percent over four years. Frank Cirillo, a […]
Connecticut Light and Power is projecting “substantial completion” of power restoration
by Monday or Tuesday of next week,
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Executives at Connecticut’s two main utilities say they’ll tell customers on Thursday when power will be restored, three days after Hurricane Sandy and the hybrid storm it spawned pounded the Northeast […]
The threat of flooding is prompting United Illuminating to de-energize three substations in Bridgeport. The move will leave about 52-thousand customers in Bridgeport and surrounding towns in the dark.
Connecticut’s governor says he expects Monday night’s high tide will cause flooding that will take out power substations and sewage treatment facilities along the state’s shoreline.
Just about a year after Simsbury was among the hardest hit municipalities from an October snowstorm, town officials have already met to discuss the possibility of a visit next week in some form from Hurricane […]
Workers at Connecticut’s largest utility may inch closer to a strike when they vote Thursday and Friday on a contract offer that the union’s leadership has recommended be rejected.
Connecticut Light & Power has filed a plan with state regulators to spend $300 million over five years to strengthen its system against storms.