The Connecticut Port Authority was unable to provide documentation for why a project labor agreement was included for the estimated $157 million State Pier project in New London, according to a Freedom of Information request.
As Connecticut lawmakers and Eversource executives battle back and forth over rate increases and Eversource’s response to storm Isaias, offshore wind agreements set in place by Connecticut could potentially drive electricity rates even higher in
The Town of Vernon has sent its own bill to Eversource, demanding $84,000 in reimbursement for costs the town incurred during a nearly-statewide blackout following Tropical Storm Isaias. “The Town of Vernon sustained significant monetary
It’s midnight, Saturday night, in the middle of the statewide electrical outages after Tropical Storm Isaias. I’m lying in bed, bathed in a pool of my own sweat. And I am seething. Our family is
Connecticut Attorney General William Tong joined with other lawmakers in calling for greater scrutiny into Eversource’s rate increase, which went into effect on July 1, 2020 and touched off a firestorm of criticism from both
A bill to create an “Environmental Infrastructure Bank” would add a one mill per kilowatt hour tax onto electric bills for Connecticut residents, who already pay the highest electric rates in the continental United States,