A Clean Energy Community

Check your town's Clean Energy Points on our Program Progress Page here.


Joined the 20% by 2010 Campaign: 
December 2007 - View Resolution


Local Clean Energy Contact:
Bruce Hampson, Energy Commission Chair
Email:  BEHampson@optonline.net


Your town has received a Community Innovation Grant!  Please contact your local clean energy task force to find out how you can apply or click here for more information.

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Local Clean Energy Supporters

Peak Engineers, LLC
Children's Day School of Wilton Inc.
Creeth, Richman & Associates
Far and Away Designs
Hope Church
New England Historical Connection
Wilton Congregational Church




Clean Energy Community Installations 

Wilton High School - Click here for live data from this 20kW installation


Wilton High School is a participant in CCEF’s Learning for Clean Energy Innovation (LCEI) program, which offers 9th grade teachers professional development sessions on clean energy education.  The sessions, which focus initially on solar energy education, involve specially designed lesson modules including links to real-time data from solar arrays located on school buildings in certain Connecticut Clean Energy Communities.  Wilton High School is the fourth location in Connecticut where a Heliotronics data monitoring system has been installed and is now providing real-time data from the school’s solar array under the LCEI program. 


Local Press Coverage

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Town is one of only 14 participating in an exciting renewable energy initiative around the state   August 19, 2010

Hundreds attend 'Wilton Go Green' Festival     May 2, 2010

Three are nominated for climate change award      April 23, 2010

Wilton Celebrates Earth Day with Go Green Festival    April 23, 2010



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Town Description

Town Hall Address & Website: 
238 Danbury Road
Wilton, CT 06897