Private-sector efforts help drive decoupling of emissions and economic growth

Donald Trump and the climate deniers and fossil fuel company backers he’s nominated for his cabinet don’t realize it—or refuse to believe it—but the world is starting to pass them by when it comes to developing new sources of power. In the developing world, solar power is becoming the most cost-effective new source of electricity.

There's a sort of time warp going on at Hanover Pond Dam, with ancient technology being installed to produce modern water-powered energy, in a way returning the pond to the purpose it was created for in the 1850s.

The CT Roundtable on Climate and Jobs commends PURA's commissioners for protecting the public interest and lowering the monthly fixed charge for United Illuminating's residential customers by nearly 45%.

It's only 1 kilometer long, but a two-year test of the solar road will help determine if a full rollout of 1000 km of solar roads in the country is worth pursuing...

The Connecticut Supreme Court has reversed a lower court decision on the Millstone nuclear power station Clean Water Act permit, clearing the path for activists to nullify the permit on environmental grounds at an upcoming hearing.

The strategy, generally referred to by its initials CES, put considerable focus on natural gas, then far cheaper than oil, as a cleaner bridge fuel to renewable energy options down the road...

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