Your community can come together to support energy efficiency and renewable energy, creating a cleaner future today and for generations to come. Jointly offered by the Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority and the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund, the Clean Energy Communities program offers three simple steps to help community leaders, households, and local businesses work together to set clean energy goals and be rewarded for their achievements.
The three steps your town or city can take to become a Clean Energy
Community are:
Commit to the “Clean Energy Communities Municipal Pledge” to save energy in municipal buildings and voluntarily purchase renewable energy
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Fulfill the Clean Energy Communities Municipal Pledge by taking actions to save energy and to purchase renewable energy voluntarily
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Earn energy efficiency and renewable energy points that can be redeemed for clean energy systems and grants for energy-saving projects
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Program Details
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Is Your Community a Clean Energy Community?
To learn what your community is doing to build a clean energy future and how you can support your community's efforts, click on the map to the right or simply select a town from the drop-down menu above it.
 

Is Your Community a Clean Energy Community?
 
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Click here to view annual reports for these Clean Energy Communities
Click on your community to see their energy involvement (Solarize, Benchmarking, etc.)

Fulfilled 100% of Clean Energy Communities Pledge

Communities that have reduced at least 20% of their municipal building energy consumption AND purchased at least 20% of its municipal building electricity from clean renewable energy sources.

Fulfilled 50% of Clean Energy Communities Pledge

Communities that have reduced at least 20% of their municipal building energy consumption OR purchased at least 20% of its municipal building electricity from clean renewable energy sources.

Clean Energy Community

Communities who have signed a pledge to both reduce 20% of their municipal buildings energy consumption and purchase 20% of its municipal building electricity from clean, renewable energy sources by 2018.

 

Municipal Utility Territory/Not Eligible

These communities are not currently eligible for the program.

 

Not a Clean Energy Community

Communities that have not yet signed the Clean Energy Communities Pledge.