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Because Norwich is located in a municipal electric service territory that currently does not have a CTCleanEnergyOptionsSM program, your town is not eligible to participate in the Clean Energy Communities Program.  If you are interested in working with your municipal electric service provider to support a CTCleanEnergyOptionsSM program, then please call SmartPower and speak with one of our clean energy experts.
SmartPower Contact Information:
Bob Wall, New England Regional Director Keri Enright, Program Coordinator
Phone: 860-249-7040

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Town Description:

Through the end of the 19th century and into the early 20th century, Norwich served as home to many large mills. The population grew and became more diverse with an insurgence of different ethnic groups. These new residents helped to build the city's schools, churches, and social centers.

Today, Norwich is a thriving city with a stable population, wide range of municipal services, a modern industrial park, its own utility company, and a positive outlook for residential and business growth.

Norwich was chosen as one the Paint Quality Institute's Prettiest Painted Places.

The New London County Guide offers tourist information for Norwich and surrounding communities, as well as providing information on the restoration of the Cassidy House, a Norwich treasure.

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