Residents of the Town of Stratford are invited to attend an Energy Town Forum hosted by the Energize Connecticut partners.
The Forum will provide
residents with information about programs and financing alternatives
they can take advantage of for energy efficiency and renewable (i.e.
solar) energy projects at their homes and businesses.
The event takes place at 6:30 p.m. Monday, June 23, in Town Council Chambers at 2725 Main St., Stratford. It is free and open to the public.
The program will include case studies of Connecticut residents who reduced their heating and electric bills through energy efficiency, renewable energy, and natural gas.
At the forum will be representatives from the
Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection,
Connecticut Light & Power, Yankee Gas, the Clean Energy Finance and
Investment Authority, along with State Representatives Laura Hoydick and
Terry Backer, and State Senators Kevin Kelley and Andres Ayala.
From a state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection news release (somewhat edited by Stratford Patch).