Opening Day

We have been witness to a clean energy revolution in Connecticut that has been building for some time. Already, 101 cities and towns in the state have made a bold commitment to become a Clean Energy Community by supporting energy conservation, efficiency and renewables. What’s more, we keep hearing amazing stories of leadership and creative marketing coming from every corner of the state.

Because there is so much happening in your communities and with the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund’s community-based programs, we have been searching for a vehicle to share the information with everyone on a timely basis.

And so we kick off the summer by welcoming you to the Clean Energy Communities blog.

In this space, we plan to introduce you to the many clean energy heroes who have sparked this revolution, inform you of significant program developments and alert you to exciting opportunities through the CCEF’s related programs. As this vehicle was chosen to be interactive, we encourage your feedback on postings and invite you to submit ideas for future stories. We might even ask you to contribute a guest blog!

Our goal is to increase the voluntary demand for clean energy by creating model sustainable communities in Connecticut. We hope that this blog will inspire and assist you and your friends in neighboring towns to make this dream a reality.

Let’s make more!

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