Green energy

Craig Ruttle / AP

A lawsuit to restore $145 million to Connecticut’s renewable energy fund is moving forward. Attorneys presented the case’s first oral arguments in a district court in New Haven last week.

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The old Stanley, Black & Decker factories in downtown New Britain, Connecticut, are getting a green makeover into a high-speed data processing center.

Courtesy of Connecticut Port Authority

Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy says the state will invest $15 million into the Connecticut State Pier in New London. Malloy says the money, which must be approved by the State Bond Commission on Friday, would help spur economic development that could turn the city into a hub for the offshore wind industry.

Craig Ruttle / AP

The state of Connecticut is expanding its “Solar for All” initiative.

It’s a public-private partnership between the Connecticut Green Bank and the Bridgeport-based company PosiGen Solar Solutions.

Karen DeWitt / WAMC

Two of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s political opponents were at an Earth Day rally on climate change attended by hundreds at the State Capitol, where they said the governor’s energy policies are far from adequate.

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