Coast Guard Academy Begins 1st Major Energy Savings UpgradeThe U.S. Coast Guard Academy has begun its first major upgrade to save on energy and replace aging utilities at the 85-year-old Connecticut campus.
State Investigates Allegations Of Market Power AbuseConnecticut officials have launched an investigation into allegations of market power abuse by two of the state's largest energy providers.
Malloy Orders Assessment Of Millstone ViabilityGovernor Dannel Malloy has signed an executive order calling for an assessment of the long-term viability of the Millstone Nuclear Power Station in Waterford.
Small, Clean Energy Projects Chosen To Boost Power GridConnecticut's Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has chosen to move forward with 25 small-scale clean energy projects designed to help address New England's electricity constraints.
Energy Companies Seek To Build In Connecticut and 2 Neighboring StatesIt is the first time states have joined in a coordinated procurement effort for clean resouces
Missouri May Soon Have Solar Panels on RoadwaysThis past session Missouri lawmakers gave permission to launch the practice on a trial basis.
Leaking Valve Causes 'Unusual Event' At MillstoneThe Nuclear Regulatory Commission says a leaking relief valve has caused an ``unusual event'' declaration at Millstone Power Station.
Possible Cap On Residential Electric RatesA bill that would cap charges for electric services paid by residential customers is moving through the Connecticut General Assembly.
Four New England States In Top 10 For Energy Efficiency
US Environmental Official Talks Up Clean Air RulesA federal environmental official will meet with environmentalists, state officials and others in Hartford to discuss the Obama administration's clean air initiatives.
State: Greenhouse Gas Emissions Below 1990 LevelsA state report released today finds that Connecticut's greenhouse gas emissions are now below levels put into the air back in 1990.
Propane Storage Plan On Shoreline Draws OppositionA proposal to store propane gas in a Connecticut shoreline community is drawing opposition from local residents.