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Eversource: Connecticut Achieves Top-Tier Energy Efficiency Ranking
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Oct 11, 2018 - 5:50:29 AM

BERLIN, CT - The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) announced last week that Connecticut ranked fifth in its 2018 State Energy Efficiency Scorecard, moving up one spot from last year. The annual scorecard benchmarks state progress on efficiency policies and programs that save energy while benefiting the environment and promoting growth.

“Connecticut is a national leader in energy efficiency because our customers recognize the proven economic, environmental and cost-saving benefits it delivers,” said Eversource Senior Vice President and Chief Customer Officer Penni Conner. “Eversource is proud to connect our customers to our award-winning energy efficiency solutions that deliver more savings for families at home, reduce operating costs and increase overall competitiveness for businesses, and bring our state one step closer to achieving important carbon reduction goals.”

ACEEE uses data vetted by state energy officials to rank states in a variety of energy efficiency categories, including utility and public benefits programs and policies.

Eversource manages energy efficiency programs and services for its customers, which include energy-saving solutions, technical assistance and training, rebates and incentives for homeowners and renters, businesses of all sizes, non-profits, schools, municipalities, educational programs and more. Programs and services are marketed under the Energize CT brand name.

For more information, please visit https://aceee.org/state-policy/scorecard.

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