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Bridgeport poised to become offshore wind hub with state approval of...

The project includes an estimated $890 million in direct economic development in Connecticut, including Bridgeport Harbor and the local supply chain.

Bridgeport takes green energy lead with thermal loop

Pending regulatory approval, the project -- designed to provide a more environmentally friendly and cost-effective energy source -- is expected to begin construction in the second quarter of 2018.

State cuts United Illuminating’s revenue and rate increase levels

Public Utilities Regulatory Authority cites the need for "fair and reasonable rates."

Cybersecurity: A public-private mission in Connecticut

The state Public Utilities Regulatory Authority works with private companies to share information and create cybersecurity standards.

Public hearings begin on proposed CL&P rate increases

Connecticut Light & Power is seeking to increase its fixed monthly service fee for residential customers from $16 to $25.50 per month.

CL&P rate increase to recover $365M in storm costs

Draft PURA ruling approves rate increase on customers.

Learning from Sandy

PURA officially rules utilities responded adequately.

Challenge could zap energy rates

Consumers may see lower electric bills next year.

Attorney general: Aquarion rate increase unwarranted

Company seeks $33 million over three years; would up water bills by 23 percent.

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.

State regulators approve CL&P plan to bolster grid

The Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) yesterday approved a five-year, $300 million plan by Connecticut Light & Power (CL&P) to strengthen its infrastructure and to increase grid reliability.

PURA to investigate energy co.

Attorney General George Jepsen petitioned the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority to investigate Energy Plus Holdings L.L.C. for deceptive marketing tactics.

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...