Construction of Connecticut’s largest power project in a decade will start this autumn. NTE, developer of the Killingly Energy Center, a 650-MW dual-fuel, combined-cycle plant, has been given regulatory approval for the $700 project. All electricity from the plant will be fed into the grid of ISO New England.
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