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  • NU Seeks Energy Conservation Funds

    Northeast Utilities said Wednesday that it is applying for $50 million to $75 million in federal stimulus funds to pay for half of a massive expansion of its energy conservation programs. Electricity ratepayers would pick up the other half. "The...
  • Blumenthal: Limit How Much Utility Customers Pay Toward Executive Salaries

    Attorney General Richard Blumenthal urged state officials Tuesday to again consider limiting how much ratepayer money can be used to pay salaries of public utility executives. Blumenthal said utility customers contributed millions of dollars toward...
  • NU To Build Electric Car Charging Stations In Connecticut

    Berlin-based Northeast Utilities announced plans today to build New England's first network of charging stations for electric cars in Connecticut and Massachusetts over the next two years. Two NU subsidiaries, Connecticut Light & Power Co. and Western...
  • NU Reaches Agreement To Bring Hydro Power To Connecticut

    Berlin-based Northeast Utilities and a Massachusetts utility have received approval from federal energy regulators to spend $1 billion to build a high-voltage power line to a hydroelectric plant in Quebec, allowing the export of 1,200 megawatts of "clean"...
  • Northeast Utilities Third-Quarter Net Income Declines

    Mild summer weather, the recession and the absence of one-time gains led to a decline in third-quarter net income for Hartford-based Northeast Utilities, the company said Monday. NU earned a net $64.8 million, or 37 cents a share, in the three months...
  • Gifts To The State: Question Of Propriety governor's Residence Gets Corporate Boost

    Since John G. Rowland became governor last year, businesses have donated more than $600,000 for improvements and furnishings at the state-owned residence in Hartford where he lives. In addition, corporate supporters raised enough money in two weeks in...