A storm dumped more than a foot of snow in parts of Connecticut, knocking out power to thousands and making a difficult commute for a second straight day.
Strong winds and rain which battered Connecticut overnight brought down trees, cutting power and closing roads.
The operator of the region’s power grid, ISO New England, uses historical data to project demand on any given day. This is also true for holidays and high-profile sporting events like this weekend’s Super Bowl […]
For decades, conventional wisdom has held that when it comes to electric utilities, bigger is better. But after the widely criticized response to two major storms last year, Connecticut is exploring whether small, municipal utilities should take on more of the work done by investor-owned companies.
The United Illuminating Co. is surveying customers to find out what they thought of the utility’s work restoring power during and after Superstorm Sandy.
A nor’easter is bringing Connecticut its first snowfall of the season along with strong gusty winds only days after Superstorm Sandy knocked out power to hundreds of thousands.
Connecticut utility companies say all polling places in the state will have power on Election Day on Tuesday, although some might be running on generator power.
Connecticut’s largest utility is handling large-scale power outages following Superstorm Sandy as it did after last year’s destructive autumn snow storm in nearly every way but one: no restoration projections.
Utilities and governments along the East Coast are working to head off long-term power failures as forecasters predict a major storm to hit the region early next
Federal energy regulators say Connecticut’s nuclear power plant has shut down one of two units because water from Long Island Sound used to operate the plant is too hot following the hottest July on record.