Connecticut HomeOwners Start Saving With These Programs From EnergizeCT.

EnergizeCt.com is the go to place for Connecticut residents, businesses, nonprofits, communities, government & municipalities for information about programs available in saving and reducing energy costs.

The Residential section has a whole page on simple smart ways to start saving on your energy costs with easy to use tips about:

  • Lighting
  • Appliances
  • Hot Water
  • HVAC ~ heating and cooling
  • Electronics

The residential section also provides a comprehensive guide to all the programs available to homeowners, renters, remodelers’, Condo owners and Income Eligibility programs as well.

Currently there are 27 programs available under this section dealing with:

  • Home Energy Solution Audits
  • Residential Solar Investment Program
  • Multi-family buildings
  • Residential New Construction Program
  • Energy Star Rebates
  • Geothermal & Solar Programs
  • Smart-E Loans and Tax Credits.

Energize Connecticut provide Connecticut consumers, businesses and communities the resources and information to make easy decisions on how to save energy and how to benefit from smart clean renewable energy.

Choose your Electric Supplier is and easy link for CL&P and UI customers to pick your electric supplier along with energy costs and renewable energy options.

 

This article has been written by David Popoff.

 

 

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