As of today, Neighbor to Neighbor comes to a close. Thank you for your participation in the Energy Challenge! Over the last three years we helped over 9,000 Connecticut families reduce their energy consumption and install clean energy systems.
It's hard to put into words what this program meant to our team. We are thankful for the time we spent working with all of you. We have built lasting relationships in every community and helped create a movement of energy efficiency and clean energy across the state.
Rep. Gail Lavielle, CEFIA CEO and President Bryan Garcia, Ridgefield First Selectman Rudy Marconi, Molly McGeehin, Lesley Lambton, DEEP Commissioner Dan Esty
Our 14 towns have really made a difference. Together we have eliminated over 12,676,528 pounds of CO2 and saved over $1,587,966 in energy costs! We have created a nation wide model that other states are looking to replicate.
It is not too late to encourage your friends and family to commit to energy efficiency and clean energy. Check out Connecticut's one stop shop for energy programs and www.energizect.com for more info.
Thanks again a great three years,
The Neighbor to Neighbor Energy Challenge team