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The Connecticut House of Representatives has given final legislative approval to a bill supporters say addresses rising gasoline prices and protects consumers from alleged profiteering and price gouging in the state.
A^Hartford school wins top ‘green’ certification Hartford magnet school has become Connecticut’s first public school building to achieve the highest possible rating for energy efficiency and environmentally friendly design.
By Joanne Greco Rochman What do a Garbage Museum and a Space Museum have in common? They’re found in Connecticut and they’re both hands-on. If you think that all museums are stuffy buildings with paintings […]
Gov. Deval Patrick’s administration has asked state utility regulators to hold up on approval of Connecticut-based Northeast Utilities’ proposed $4.66 billion purchase of Boston-based NStar.
The head of what will be the Connecticut Department of Energy and Encironmental Protection says state ratepayers should begin to see energy costs falling in six months to a year.
A group of Connecticut lawmakers is opposing a proposed tax on electric generators.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has named a Yale University professor to oversee a new Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.
Retail energy companies are breaking from past opposition and are now warmer to state legislation proposing sweeping changes regulating the state energy industry.
Employees of contractors rebuilding a Connecticut power plant are marking the first anniversary of an explosion that killed six of their colleagues and injured about 50 others.