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Stamford
A Clean Energy Community
Clean Energy Customers to Date:
Customers: 201.0
% of Households: 0.47%
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Joined the 20% by 2010 Campaign:
March 2005View Resolution
Town Hall Address & Website:
888 Washington Boulevard
Stamford CT 06902
http://www.ci.stamford.ct.us/
Local Clean Energy Contact:
Nancy A. Domiziano
Phone: (203) 977-4203
Fax: (203) 997-4203
Email: Ndomiziano@ci.stamford.ct.us
20% by 2010 Clean Energy Campaign Progress:

The City of Stamford uses 58,000,000 kwh of electricity per year for all municipal facilities. Therefore, their 20% clean energy use target is 11,600,000 kwh in 2010. To date, Stamford has met close to 10% of that goal with both voluntary use of clean energy as well as the mandatory amount as required by the state Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS).

Local Clean Energy Supporters:
Camp Assoc. LLC- CTCleanEnergyOptions - Community Energy
Gutter Guys, LLC- CTCleanEnergyOptions - Community Energy
Wellington Associates- CTCleanEnergyOptions - Sterling Planet
Town Description:

Stamford, a coastal community along Connecticut's shoreline, is a city of approximately 117,000 citizens, consisting of 37.3 square miles. Stamford is 25 miles to the northeast of New York City, and 40 miles southwest of New Haven. Connecticut's Capitol is Hartford, which is 90 miles to the north. Stamford lies within Fairfield County, and borders Greenwich, New Canaan, Darien, and Pound Ridge, New York.

Stamford is a City that works! Our successes have flourished in the last five years, as the City of Stamford has been recognized and awarded in many different categories. Stamford is an economically sound community and continues to pursue appropriate economic development initiatives to both attract and retain companies and corporations. We have also been ranked as the eighth largest business center in the United States.

The central core of our City- Stamford Downtown- offers a wide assortment of places of entertainment, fine restaurants, magnificent retail stores, a shopping mall, and a variety of interesting attractions and places that create an atmosphere of fun and excitement for people of all ages and preferences. Our downtown is also home to the University of Connecticut's Stamford Campus which is bustling with students coming and going at all times of the day and evening. Stamford's coastal locations and vast amount of open park space are integral parts of our community and creates beautiful atmosphere, which distinguishes us from a "big" city ambiance. The successful combination of urban and suburban elements has earned Stamford the designation as one of the most livable Cities in America.

Local Press Coverage:
Clean Energy Group Seeks Changes in Stamford    Friday February 11th, 2005
Mayoral Hopeful Shares His Vision    Saturday August 13th, 2005
Stamford Can Be a Shining Example    Thursday September 8th, 2005
City Gets a Small Energy Boost    Thursday November 17th, 2005
Keeping the city green    Tuesday June 13th, 2006
Quotes:
"Were all responsible for the well-being of our children. Clean energy works. Its real and it is available now. That is why the City of Stamford is joining SmartPower today and committing to 20% clean energy use by 2010."
Dannel P. Malloy
Mayor of Stamford
"I'm more peaceful about using a energy hungry air conditioner when I pay for the electricity to clean energy producers. What can one family do about global warming? A whole lot when we set an example and let other families know that they can do their share as well. I like the feel of buying clean energy and accumulating credits to get solar PV systems for my towns schools. I'm more peaceful about using a energy hungry air conditioner when I pay for the electricity to clean energy producers. What can one family do about global warming? A whole lot when we set an example and let other families know that they can do their share as well. I like the feel of buying clean energy and accumulating credits to get solar PV systems for my towns schools. "
Darek Shapiro
Stamford resident and founder of Environmental Architecture, LLC
"Steady progress in transitioning to clean, renewable energy can only benefit our children, our health, and our nation. "
Nancy Domiziano
Energy/Utility Technician, Engineering Bureau, City of Stamford Office of Operations
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