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Con Edison’s John McAvoy rejects resignation calls, blames recovery delays on...

McAvoy admitted that the utility's robocall and internet information systems provided incorrect information to customers during and after the storms and said they were addressing the issues which had been exposed.

Conn. charges into microgrids

With up to $15 million in funding, Connecticut plans to build at least 10 microgrids in partnership with utilities, municipalities and the private sector.

Utilities cool to food replacement mandate

Connecticut’s utilities gave a chilly reception to a proposal to force them to replace customers’ spoiled food following power outages.

Shivery’s pay up 17 percent

Northeast Utilities’ embattled former CEO got a 17 percent pay boost thanks to the NStar merger.

CL&P has new president

Northeast Utilities named Bill Herdegen III as president and chief operating officer of Connecticut Light & Power.

AG seeks to limit utility’s storm-cost recovery

Attorney General George Jepsen called for “meaningful” penalties on Northeast Utilities, months after the company agreed to reimburse Connecticut ratepayers $30 million for widespread...

AG: “Meaningful” penalties for CL&P

Connecticut’s attorney general aims to thwart Northeast Utilities from recouping additional money from ratepayers for storm recovery costs.

An ounce of prevention

The last time we were having this conversation, summer vacation was winding down as Tropical Storm Irene wound up to pound Connecticut with a haymaker, followed by the one-two whammy of the October nor’easter.

Legal briefs

XL sued a defunct Greenwich hedge fund, and other law news in Fairfield County.

In the field

For a brief moment in time, UTC’s workforce dipped below the 200,000 mark, and other news on Fairfield County business.