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
BANGOR — With the winter freeze approaching, natural gas companies are scrambling to hook up their last new customers of 2013, while Maine oil and propane dealers are trying to give their users money-saving options in hopes they won’t convert.
The entrepreneurs behind ecoATM say their kiosks — four of which were installed earlier this year in Chittenden County — are a convenient solution to the problem of consumer electronic waste: You plug your old phone into the machine, which assesses its value and, five minutes later, walk away with cash.
BERLIN – It's a busy time at Androscoggin Valley Hospital with a new $2.8 million biomass boiler under construction and a major upgrade of the front lobby in progress. Currently, the hospital burns 135,000 gallons of No. 2 fuel oil annually. The biomass plant will save the hospital an estimated $350,000 annually in heating costs, which McMann pointed out means the plant will pay for itself in eight years
Hamden - Robots are coming to town, sort of. A new contract with Trash Master means residents will soon have their waste and recyclables collected by an automated truck that reaches out its mechanical arm to cart away your junk.