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  • Plans Advance In Beacon Falls For World's Largest Fuel Cell Park

    Plans Advance In Beacon Falls For World's Largest Fuel Cell Park
    Developers have put forward plans to transform a gravel pit in Beacon Falls into the world's largest fuel cell park over the next three years. The project's lead, CT Energy & Technology, would develop and own the fuel cell park, which would be loaded...
  • State set to drain Black Oak Bayou to expand waterfowl habitat

    State set to drain Black Oak Bayou to expand waterfowl habitat
    Plans to partially drain LaSalle Fish & Wildlife Area's 240-acre Black Oak Bayou and convert it into a resting ground for waterfowl could be a boon for duck hunters, but the idea doesn't sit well with anglers and some local conservationists. Noting that...
  • Study: Trace amount of drilling fluid found in water well

    Study: Trace amount of drilling fluid found in water well
    Toxic fluids used in drilling and hydraulic fracturing likely escaped an unlined bore hole and migrated thousands of feet into a residential drinking-water supply in Pennsylvania, according to a study published Monday. At least three water wells in...
  • Yanking State Conservation Money Now Is Foolhardy

    Connecticut was once a pioneer in land conservation. No more. Indeed, regional New England conservation initiatives such as the Wildlands and Woodlands effort pay very little attention to Connecticut, presumably because we have been written off as a...
  • Letter: Protect the beach

    I am an Indiana taxpayer and a lifelong resident of Porter County. I have been visiting the beach at Indiana Dunes State Park since I was a toddler. When this project was first announced, and legally advertised, it was proposed as "adaptive reuse" of the...
  • IKEA's plans to generate on-site power hit a snag

    Just a few weeks after breaking ground on a new store in Burbank, IKEA officials were in City Council chambers Tuesday to protest a policy that would keep them from generating their own power at the site using fuel-cell technology. At the urging of...
  • 2 accused of stealing more than $300K worth of drill bits

    Two men have been arrested in connection with the theft of more than $300,000 worth of drill bits from an oil and gas site near Milliken. The Weld County Sheriff's Office says 21-year-old Miguel Moreno, of LaSalle; and 23-year-old Kyle Hunt, of...
  • CBIA Slams Proposed Tax, Spending Package

    SOUTHINGTON — The head of the largest business advocacy group in Connecticut criticized a package of tax and spending increases advanced by two committees of the legislature and urged businesses Friday to lobby against the proposals. Joe Brennan,...
  • Schenk awarded at Clemson

    Will Schenk, of New Windsor, recently received two awards at Clemson University in South Carolina. He was selected as an outstanding senior for the 2014-15 academic year in the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences at Clemson. This honor...
  • Quake map puts new attention on Oklahoma, fracking wastewater

    Quake map puts new attention on Oklahoma, fracking wastewater
    Even in an area that was becoming accustomed to earthquakes, a 5.6 temblor near Prague, Okla., in 2011 stood out. The shaking was strong enough to destroy 14 homes, cause a highway to buckle and slightly injure two people. The initial shaking from a...
  • Study links air pollution in Baltimore, DC to fracking outside Maryland

    Study links air pollution in Baltimore, DC to fracking outside Maryland
    Even though Maryland has yet to permit any hydraulic fracturing for natural gas, emissions linked to the controversial drilling technique have been detected in theĀ air in Baltimore and Washington, according to a new study. In a paper published in the...