Energy efficiency: Neighbor program takes off

Apr 10th, 2011 | By | Category: Energy

Board members of Wilton Go Green Inc. and the Wilton Energy Commission Patrice Gillespie, center, and Bruce Hampson recently attended the official launch of the Neighbor-to-Neighbor Energy Challenge in Hartford. With them is Lynn Stoddard, a member of the Climate Change and Energy Team of the state Department of Environmental Protection.

Bruce Hampson and Patrice Gillespie, two board members from Wilton Go Green Inc., joined Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, Joe Courtney (CT-2) and Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Daniel C. Esty last week to celebrate the official launch of the Connecticut Neighbor-to-Neighbor Energy Challenge, a community energy savings campaign that is helping residents in Wilton and 13 other Connecticut towns save money and reduce energy use.

Read more here: Energy efficiency: Neighbor program takes off; first workshop is tonight.

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2 Comments to “Energy efficiency: Neighbor program takes off”

  1. […] and free installation of energy efficient light bulbs.  A good source for energy news in CT is Connecticut Environmental Headlines .   Lighting accounts for 10-15% of electricity consumption in an average home, adding about $200 to […]

  2. Adam Smith says:

    Wonder how many of these affluent people live in sensibly-sized homes in Wilton? Saving energy is more that putting in a bunch of LED bulbs.

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