You can get an energy audit through Eversource http://www.energizect.com/your-home/solutions-list/home-energy-solutions-core-services
Get the latest Customer Update https://www.eversource.com/Content/docs/default-source/bill-inserts/ct/2016-12-cte-customer-update.pdf
Windham area residents had an opportunity to take advantage of a Light Bulb Swap at the North Windham Walmart on October 23, 2016 from 10 AM-2 PM. Area residents were allowed to exchange up 4 incandescent light bulb for 4 free 60 watt equivalent LEDs at no cost. The event was hosted by Eversource, and participants … Read moreLight Bulb Swap held on Oct. 23, 2016
Windham residents are encouraged to participate in Home Energy Solutions℠, a convenient, in-home service provided by Eversource and Energize Connecticut. Home Energy Solutions includes an energy assessment and on-the-spot energy improvements performed by an Eversource-authorized contractor. This service is valued at an average of $1,000 and saves a typical customer $200 each year. The cost … Read moreWindham Homeowners and Renters Encouraged to Participate in Home Energy Solutions
Introducing the new GoSolarCT.com website! It’s easier than ever for Connecticut consumers to find reliable, trusted information about residential solar energy. Our new website is a one-stop resource for those looking to learn about solar, understand different options, and make informed decisions. GoSolarCT.com has a fresh new look and useful tools to guide consumers on … Read moreVisit www.GoSolarCT.com
The Clean Energy Communities program was developed by the CT Clean Energy Fund (now Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority or CEFIA) to encourage Towns to support the use of clean energy with a goal of improving air quality and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. To participate in the program communities must first make the municipal … Read moreWindham is a Clean Energy Community
Actions Turn lights off when not needed. Turn computers off when not in use. Reduce phantom loads – unplug appliances that may draw energy even if they are turned off (e.g., TVs, DVDs, phone chargers, speakers). Replace incandescent light bulbs (task lights especially) with compact fluorescent spirals or LEDs. Eliminate or turn off light fixtures … Read moreMore Things You Can Do to Save Energy!
Here is some information about the project for solar panels on Windham Middle School and a micro-grid at WMS and Sweeney Schools. This “Safe Haven Fact Sheet” was prepared for the April 2014 town meeting.