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Construction to begin on Wilton natural gas pipeline

The 3.5-mile pipeline will connect natural gas to Wilton's downtown business district, municipal buildings, the Comstock Community Center and public schools.

Natural gas expansion plans move forward

PURA approves 10-year plan to expand natural gas network.

New solar, wind farms planned

State moves forward on 20 percent clean energy goal by 2020.

Conn. Natural Gas seeks rate increase

With the state embarking on a plan to increase its natural gas use, Connecticut Natural Gas announced it will request a rate increase.

Malloy applauds passage of comprehensive energy bill

On the final day of the legislative session, the General Assembly approved Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's comprehensive energy bill, which sets the state up for a major increase in natural gas usage.

Utilities, natural gas providers prepare for higher demand

Connecticut gas companies are gearing up for the state’s new comprehensive energy strategy, which includes a major increase in natural gas in place of petroleum-based oil.

Positive reviews, unanswered questions for energy plan

The Comprehensive Energy Strategy finalized Feb. 19 by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy seeks to more than double the number of Connecticut businesses with access to natural gas, while leaning heavily on utilities and consumers to foot the bill for any infrastructure.

Final energy strategy focuses on natural gas, grid reliability

The final version of Connecticut’s first-ever Comprehensive Energy Strategy calls for expanding the availability of low-cost natural gas to consumers, implementing initiatives to reduce consumption and strengthening grid reliability through an investment in microgrids.

Business Council: Governor’s energy plan good for business

The Business Council of Fairfield County’s Joseph McGee discusses the merits of the Comprehensive Energy Strategy that has been promoted by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.