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Earnings up at NU successor Eversource

Northeast Utilities, which changed its name last week to Eversource Energy along with that of subsidiary Connecticut Light & Power and others, reported “very strong” fourth quarter results in its

Governor eyes green SHREC

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy formally proposed a solar home renewable energy credit (SHREC) that he says would result in 6,000 new jobs in Connecticut by spurring installations of photovoltaic systems. Not

Oil hurts GE results

Updated at 8:52 a.m. General Electric revenue rose 4 percent in the fourth quarter to $42 billion, with strong growth in its industrial segment partially offset by a 6 percent drop in revenue reported

Jepsen calls for more penalties on CL&P for 2011 storm failures

Attorney General George Jepsen filed a petition with the Public Utility Regulatory Authority calling for more penalties against Connecticut Light & Power for failing to disclose emails and other

CL&P says storms will cost ratepayers $414 million

Connecticut Light & Power Co. wants to collect $414 million in storm-related costs from customers over the course of six years. In 2011 and 2012, the state was by several large storms which

Call for Conn. companies for Germany and Paris shows

The International Affairs office for the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development says there is government funding to help state businesses attend an energy conference in Germany

While electricity bills are falling, UI looks for increase in 2014

United Illuminating announced on Friday it is looking for a rate increase for 2014, which the company says will not actually increase most customers’ bills. The New Haven-based electric utility that

CL&P issuing $400 million in bonds

Connecticut Light & Power said Tuesday in a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing that it would offer $400 million in series A bonds as part of a supplement to a previous offering made in

CEMA-later ICPA: Oil dealers’ association changes name

The Independent Connecticut Petroleum Association has officially changed its name to the Connecticut Energy Marketing Association, complete with a new website, Around since 1950, ICPA,

GE joins consortium to buy Iberdrola’s wind biz

General Electric said Wednesday it is part of the consortium that is buying 32 operating wind farms in France from the Spanish company Iberdrola. MEAG — the asset management arm of Munich Re and ERGO