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Cheaper to live in Westchester?

According to statistics released Thursday morning by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), consumers in Westchester have faced lower price increases on a...

After nearly 60 years, Indian Point nuclear power ends with reactor...

According to Entergy, Indian Point generated approximately 25% of the power consumed annually in New York City and the lower Hudson Valley.

IBM moves within reach of achieving corporate clean tech goals

Last year, IBM implemented 1,660 energy conservation projects at nearly 230 of its locations around the world.

BOA expresses high interest in low carbon

Financial institutions, especially those that are in touch with concerns of the public in communities they serve, have been known to take an interest...

Agera Energy of Briarcliff Manor files for bankruptcy protection

The company is also seeking to execute an asset sale to Constellation, a subsidiary of Exelon Corp.

Paul Griffin: State leaders should support, not block, energy transmission projects

A significant part of getting natural gas supplies to market is educating state leaders, some of whom have targeted energy projects to score political points at the expense of their constituents.

Star Group chief Steven J. Goldman dies at 58

Goldman was the company’s executive vice president and chief operating officer before taking the leadership role in October 2013.

Deepwater Wind, developer of CT’s first offshore wind farm, acquired by...

Jeffrey Grybowski, CEO of Deepwater Wind, said the deal combines "two great teams to realize an enormous clean energy resource for coastal populations in the U.S."

Starwood Energy acquiring two combined-cycle plants for $1.23B

CEO Himanshu Saxena said the Greenwich-based firm seeks "core infrastructure assets in attractive locations close to customer demand."

Gov. Malloy commits Connecticut to alliance ending coal power plants

“Climate change is the most significant global threat of our lifetime,” said Malloy during the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco.

First Reserve acquires Dresser Natural Gas Solutions

First Reserve previously owned the Houston-based business for approximately 10 years before selling it in 2011 to General Electric.

First Reserve sells Texas American Resources I LLC

First Reserve, a Stamford-based private equity investment firm focused on the energy industry, is selling the assets of Texas American Resources I LLC to an affiliate of Venado Oil & Gas LLC.

Connecticut sued over $155M in energy funding sweeps

A coalition of energy-efficiency contractors and advocacy groups have sue the State of Connecticut for diverting $155 million from the state’s energy efficiency programs into the General Fund. The lawsuit argues that funds designated for the Conservation & Load Management, Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, and Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority were raised through an extra fee on electric bills.

Sens. Blumenthal and Murphy seek ban on New England offshore drilling

"New England depends on healthy, protected shorelines and the Trump Administration just put it all at risk," U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy said.

Unimin Corp. to merge with Fairmount Santrol

The merged entity, which has yet to be given a new name, will list on the New York Stock Exchange and is forecast to have a revenue of approximately $2 billion.