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PURA launches Energy Storage Solutions program

The program is slated to run through the end of 2030.

PURA changes electric rate adjustment process

The agency also launched an initiative to redesign customers’ electric bills.

Aquarion plans to sell 73 acres of surplus Greenwich land to...

In addition to the acres, to be designated open space, Aquarion is proposing to subdivide and sell two, four-acre single family residential building lots.

Direct Energy fined $1.5 million by CT for deceptive business practices

In addition to the fine, Direct Energy is prohibited from accepting new residential customers in Connecticut for six months, beginning March 21.

Danbury’s FuelCell Energy signs deals with utilities in Derby, Hartford

The fuel cell project in Derby is expected to drive local economic development and environmental improvement through state sales tax and the local property taxes generated.

State cybersecurity report finds utility efforts adequate, but continued diligence needed

“Cybersecurity threats continue to grow across the United States, for everyone," noted Gov. Dannel Malloy.

Aquarion Water Co. to increase rates

Aquarion Water Company notified the Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority of its intent to increase water service rates on customers by roughly 16.8 percent.

Aquarion completes $38.5m acquisition

Aquarion Water Co. announced Sept. 4 it completed the purchase of United Water Connecticut Inc. for $38.5 million after the transaction was approved by the Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority.