Commitment to a establishing a carbon-free electric grid by 2040 may be a wedge issue in Connecticut’s race for governor.
With the Hartford trash-to-energy plant closing, the state is moving to reduce the waste stream with new technologies.
With final passage of a “Connecticut Clean Air Act,” the House put a bow on a productive session for addressing climate change.
The bill passed Tuesday night is intended to speed Connecticut’s embrace of electric vehicles with tax rebates for e-bikes and electric motor vehicles, and tighter deadlines for electrifying bus fleets.
Complex measures aimed at tackling environmental issues still await final passage with just days to go in the legislative session.
Some two generations since the first Earth Day, five Connecticut environmentalists reflect on its legacy and what it means for the future.
Green hydrogen is considered carbon-free from start to finish, but the technology is expensive, and the product is hard to transport and use.
The Great Meadows Marsh in Stratford was treated as an ugly nuisance for years, but now it’s the focus of a $4 million restoration project.
The imminent closure of a major trash plant in Hartford has set off urgent debate about the future of CT’s waste.
Senate Bill 4, a comprehensive climate and transportation bill, would start several large clean transportation programs.
Two rulings in recent weeks spell the end of the line for the proposed Killingly natural gas plant, as far as ISO-New England is concerned.
Auditors took issue with two purchases tied to aging machinery at the plant which is used to generate power in times of critical grid demand.
A state-owned garbage incinerator was supposed to close by July, but a new budget would allow the burn plant to operate for one more year.
Russia’s stash of oil and natural gas has folks in the U.S. and Europe on edge as the invasion of Ukraine spills into its fifth day.
After years of pushing to reform New England’s electric grid, DEEP Commissioner Katie Dykes agreed to delay the first big change.