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Stamford’s Altus Power teams with Shell on renewable energy collaboration

The companies will develop renewable energy supply and onsite energy services for customers.

Michael Oates: Connect NY’s two power grids to drive economic development

The New York State Energy Research & Development Authority faces a major decision that could greatly impact all of New York’s economic recovery from...

Starbucks’ renewable energy partnership in NY would benefit Hudson Valley

According to a Starbucks spokesperson, three of the community solar sites will be located in the Hudson Valley, in Blooming Grove, Ulster and Saint Johnsville.

White Plains-based Fortistar merges two portfolio companies to create Opal Fuels

While Fortistar Methane Group and TruStar Energy were large separately, together as Opal Fuels they will likely become an industry leader, with over 220 employees and 140 fueling stations nationwide. 

Gate of Heaven solar project will benefit archdiocese, provide community solar...

One of Westchester’s largest cemeteries could soon be getting a different type of occupant: a solar farm. With the blessing of Gate of Heaven Cemetery,...

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.

CT attorney general seeks federal cooperation on achieving clean energy goals

"Connecticut has committed to a carbon free electric grid by 2040, but we can't get there with FERC tying our hands," said Tong.

Port Chester is Westchester’s latest ‘Clean Energy Community’

Municipalities recognized by the state program are eligible for up to $250,000 toward energy efficiency, renewable energy and sustainable development projects.

Developers submit proposals for Connecticut offshore wind power

A recent Request for Proposals for a Connecticut offshore wind project has resulted in a pair of offers from rival energy developers.

Conn. AG Jepsen opposes Energy Dept. proposed rule on power plant...

“This proposal could cause Connecticut consumers to pay considerably higher utility rates," said Jepsen, joining nine other states in this action.

Norwalk-based After Inc. purchased by EPIC Insurance Brokers

In announcing the acquisition, EPIC’s CEO and co-founder John Hahn stated that After Inc. would help to grow his company’s subsidiary PowerGuard Specialty Insurance Services, a renewable energy program manager.

Fairfield walking tour to showcase green tech installations

The June 10 green tech tour is sponsored by the Fairfield Clean Energy Task Force and the Fairfield Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee.

Malloy bashes Trump’s choice of Rick Perry as Energy Secretary

The governor also praises the state's renewable energy strategies during his administration.

Solarize Nyack Plus extends Rockland County program

Solarize Nyack Plus, a nonprofit that provides information on solar power to residents and businesses in Rockland County, will extend the deadline for its purchase discount...

Skystream thrives with energy certificate marketplace

The Stamford-based company sees demand for its product go up as Connecticut raises renewable energy standards.