NU talks tapping energy efficiency programs June 19

The state Labor Department with Northeast Utilities will discuss on June 19 various programs to increase energy efficiency.

Connecticut slaps ratepayers with a conservation charge that is then steered to the utilities who can use it to for various programs to increase energy efficiency in the state. So if you want a shot at recouping some of that you should think about checking this out.

NU will also discuss various billing options for businesses and residents.

Here’s the official press release with a contact for pre-registration:

WETHERSFIELD, June 11, 2012 – Ana Alfaro, of Northeast Utilities Public Affairs Division
and Craig Clark, program administrator of the company’s Conservation and Land
Management Unit, will discuss ways to increase energy efficiency during a June 19
Breakfast Roundtable Discussion meeting being sponsored by the Connecticut
Department of Labor’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health (CONN‐OSHA).
The event, which will run from 8:15 to 9:45 a.m., will take place in Conference Rooms A,
B and C of the agency’s Central Office, located 200 Folly Brook Boulevard, Wethersfield.
“Ana and Craig will talk about Northeast Utilities various energy programs and the many
services the company and its various division offer which are designed to help both
industrial and residential customers conserve energy,” explains CONN‐OSHA Safety
Trainer John Able, project coordinator. “They will also talk about the various offerings the
company has which are designed to make customers monthly bill more manageable.
These include financial assistance offered not only by Connecticut Light & Power CL&P,
Yankee Gas and Home Energy Solutions”.
Admission to the roundtable is free, but pre‐registration is required, he points out. To
register for the breakfast roundtable or for additional information, please contact Able at:

Rob Varnon