Two subsidiaries of Northeast Utilities last week set records they would just as soon have avoided�the largest financial penalty levied in the history of the nation’s nuclear power industry, and the largest criminal penalty ever paid in a Connecticut environmental case.

One subsidiary, the Northeast Nuclear Energy Co., was fined $5 million for 19 violations of the Atomic Energy Act in connection with false statements made to nuclear regulators.

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