CCEJ to sign up participants for Clean Energy Options

Jul 27th, 2010 | By | Category: Business, Energy Conservation, Environmental Justice

Connecticut Coalition for Environmental Justice is signing up Hartford residents to take part in Clean Energy Options, a voluntary program to support clean energy.

Through Clean Energy Options, participants purchase clean energy from one of two providers by paying a small charge on their regular CL&P monthly utility bill. The charge is based on the amount of electricity a household uses in a given month. For instance, a household that pays $100 per month for electricity would pay about $5 extra for clean energy.

Options participants choose either Community Energy or Sterling Planet as their energy provider. Each provider develops clean energy through a mix of hydroelectric and wind —more—

Over 21,000 Connecticut residents have chosen to sign onto Clean Energy Options since the program started.

If you are a Hartford residents that would like to sign up for the Options program or learn more, please call CCEJ at 860-548-1133 and ask for Dawn Simonsen.

Since its founding in 1998, Connecticut Coalition for Environmental Justice (CCEJ) has worked to promote fair and meaningful involvement of Connecticut’s urban residents in environmental policies that affect health where they live, play, and work. CCEJ does this through educating the community and promoting individual, corporate, and governmental responsibility toward Connecticut’s urban environments. For more information, please visit our website:

Since 1928, donors to The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven have built the community’s endowment currently valued at more than $280 million. In 2009, The Community Foundation’s Board of Directors distributed more than $14 million in grants from approximately 700 different named charitable funds supporting a wide range of programs and projects. For more information about The Community Foundation visit

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