Connecticut Pastor Had The Power, But Not The MoneyThe pastor of a Connecticut church has been charged with stealing about $8,000 worth of electricity.
Missouri May Soon Have Solar Panels on RoadwaysThis past session Missouri lawmakers gave permission to launch the practice on a trial basis.
Electricity Demand And Price Down
Connecticut Bill Attempts To Tackle High Winter Power CostsA bill that attempts to reduce high electricity bills that many New England consumers pay each winter is moving to the Connecticut governor's desk.
State Senate Votes To Ban Variable-Rate Electric ContractsThe Connecticut Senate has voted to ban variable-rate electric contracts for residential customers after some complained rates skyrocketed after low introductory costs.
Solar Industry, Towns Battle Over Local Rooftop Panel RulesEfforts to encourage more residential rooftop solar panels in Connecticut are being slowed by a cumbersome permitting process at the local level, the industry says.
Electric Rates DroppingThe Public Utilities Regulatory Authority this morning lowered electric rates for standard offer customers of Eversource, formerly known as Connecticut Light and Power, and United Illuminating.
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.
Driver Suffers Minor Injuries In West Hartford Rollover AccidentWest Hartford police and a repair crew from Eversource were called to South Main Street in West Hartford this morning after a car hit a utility pole and flipped over.
In Vermont, A Milestone In Green-Energy Efforts Vermont's largest city has a new success to add to its list of socially conscious achievements: 100 percent of its electricity now comes from renewable sources such as wind, water and biomass.
Millstone 2 Shuts Down For Water Pump ProblemOne of the two reactors at Connecticut's Millstone nuclear power plant has been shut down because a problem with a water pump.
Malloy: State Law Benefits Consumers