Brayton Point is getting a new owner, but it still won’t be saved from the wrecking ball. The massive coal-fired power plant on the South Coast will be acquired by Houston’s Dynegy Inc. in a $3.45 billion deal
Standing in a sunny gravel lot near the Burlington bike path, Mayor Miro Weinberger heralded the city's new project, called Waterfront Access North, as the most significant infrastructure development on the waterfront in about two decades
SHELTON -- Politicians were talking trash Monday, recyclables, to be exact. Local and state officials visited Oliver Terrace for the unveiling of the "Amazing Green Machine," a $15 million facility that processes and bundles single-stream recyclables.
PORTLAND, Maine — If nothing changes, Maine is less than 20 years away from having no place in-state to dump garbage. At current rates of waste disposal, the state will run out of landfill space sometime around 2025.
SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine — Over seven decades, the Portland pipeline has propelled some 5 billion gallons of crude oil across the mountains and beneath the pristine waters of northern New England to refineries in Quebec.
HARTFORD - Choosing Earth Day to make the announcement, state Rep. Timothy Bowles officially formed the Southeastern Connecticut Clean Energy Task Force Monday to study the possible creation of a clean energy research and generation center at the former Norwich Hospital property.
HARTFORD, CT - Aetna (NYSE: AET) today announced that a new solar panel field has been installed in Windsor, Connecticut. The solar array of 975 panels has a capacity to generate an annual production of 268,000 kilowatts per year, which is enough electricity to power an average neighborhood of 24 homes.
PORTLAND, Maine — Paper or plastic? When Mainers are in the checkout lines at their local grocery or department stores, local landfill managers hope they pick paper bags or bring their own reusable ones, if possible.
Mainers are burdened by some of the highest energy bills in the country. Paying $3,000 to $4,000 a year to heat a home is not uncommon. Over the next month, state lawmakers will try to agree on specific steps to lower those costs.
Greenwich residents are looking at a more than 20% increase in water rates over the next three years, and representatives from the Aquarion Water Co. came before the Board of Selectmen last week to explain why.