Officials at the regional grid operator attributed the drop to good weather and the adoption of rooftop solar on homes and businesses.
Regulators heard from Eversource and state officials about a proposed $103 million settlement tied Eversource’s response to Tropical Storm Isaias.
The state passed its own version of this investment idea this year, but the proposal has yet to get widespread traction.
Sen. Martin Looney said the Transportation Climate Initiative will not be on the agenda during a special session this fall.
There’s “good glass” and there’s “bad glass.”
Drone technology could be a new frontier for farmers by providing updates on plant health.
Plan to burn about 2,500 tons of old coal at Hartford trash plant gets a rebuke from state regulators.
Connecticut’s target is to have more than 125,000 electric vehicles on its roads by 2025.
As the MIRA incinerator shutdown grows closer, there’s less and less agreement about where all the trash will go.
Millions of items are sitting in warehouses, unsold.
The United States Census Bureau released congressional apportionment numbers Monday, which show that Connecticut’s population grew slightly over a 10-year period. Those results mean the state will continue to have five representatives in the U.S. House.
The hospital was cited for failing to properly log several cases of COVID-19 and for not providing “appropriate” face masks.
One outstanding question in the nursing home outbreak is whether workers tested for COVID-19 were properly notified of their results.
The opaque world of energy policy continued to roil state government this week as regulators fined the state’s biggest utilities.
Advocates wrote to the state Department of Public Health urging the agency to allow more in-person visits at nursing homes.