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White Plains council gives go-ahead for solar at eight city-owned properties

The White Plains Common Council last night approved moving ahead with a plan for the installation of solar generating facilities at eight city properties,...

Westchester County and Wheelabrator extend contract for Peekskill plant

Westchester County’s Department of Environmental Facilities has extended the contract for operation of the Charles Point waste-to-energy facility in Peekskill for another 10 years....

Hearings set for Con Edison’s requested gas, electric rate hikes

The New York State Public Service Commission will be holding public hearings next week on the gas and electric delivery rate increase request that...

Utiliz expands service offering to Maryland market

“Energy deregulation has the potential to empower millions of consumers to make better, more affordable and more sustainable energy choices,” said Utiliz CEO Cami Boehme.

Utility data released for Sustainable Westchester, first time in the state

As part of a community choice aggregation program in the county, Sustainable Westchester was authorized to receive data for more than 130,000 energy customers.

Report: State saved millions on energy costs

Nearly 500,000 Connecticut residents, businesses and municipalities saved due to energy efficiency programs

Wilton on energy diet

Town looks to trim its municipal electric bill.

Central Hudson: Customers saved $5 M

Central Hudson reported that its Mid-Hudson River Valley customers saved $5 million with the help of a program it launched in 2011.

State revamps its energy portfolio

Energy commissioner shuns “one big grid” thinking

Frontier, Crius hook up

In a partial return to its roots, Frontier Communications Corp. introduced FTR Energy Services alongside Stamford-based Crius Energy.

UI to build Shelton substation

United Illuminating plans to build a new electricity substation in Shelton, at a cost of $38 million.

Millstone back to capacity

Millstone Power Station is operating again at regular capacity.