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New Milford on board as 'Clean Energy Community'

Some New Milford officials are leading by example when it comes to being green.  Mayor Pat Murphy and members of the Town Council are paying for Home Energy Solutions Program audits to find out how they can be more energy efficient.  CL&P Senior Program Administrator Rebecca Meyer says in late spring, New Milford signed the Clean Energy Communities Pledge.


HES audits cost $75 to $99, depending on heating source.  The home visit includes on the spot services from sealing critical air leaks and drafts to installing energy efficient lighting and low-flow shower heads.


By being a Clean Energy Community, New Milford can earn points toward the purchase of clean energy systems.  Each resident or business that participate in one of more than 30 Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund Programs will help the town earn points. 


Once the town reaches 100 points, a Bright Ideas Grant will be awarded to New Milford.  Town officials can use the funding for a number of energy efficiency projects.

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