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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.

New regional area code for 2014

As 860 runs out of numbers, 959 steps in.

CT Natural Gas Co. rate to increase 1.5 percent

PURA approves $20M revenue increase to expand gas infrastructure.

Natural gas expansion plans move forward

PURA approves 10-year plan to expand natural gas network.

PURA: Utilities responded effectively to Sandy

PURA report makes few recommendations.

Attorney general: Aquarion rate increase unwarranted

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

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.

Hearings set to review utilities’ Sandy response

Public hearings around the state will begin in January to asses the public utility companies' emergency response to Hurricane Sandy.

CL&P, UI restorations near completion

Connecticut Light & Power (CL&P) and United Illuminating (UI) Co. reported just over 1,000 remaining outages statewide as of Nov. 7, after the storm initially knocked out power for more than one million customers.

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.

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.

Northeast Utilities: ‘Hard’ look at cuts

Northeast Utilities is looking to accelerate savings, with job cuts allowed under its agreement with Connecticut’s attorney general.

Northeast Utilities: ‘Hard’ look at cuts

Northeast Utilities is looking to accelerate savings, with job cuts allowed under its agreement with Connecticut’s attorney general.

Sunny outlook

As Connecticut readies new financing for renewable energy, two solar companies open offices.

In the field

Pitney Bowes showed off its new global technology center in Danbury, and other news across Fairfield County.