CL&P suggests energy efficiency ahead of winterDarien Times, October 15, 2014
With the expected rise in electricity prices this winter, Connecticut Light & Power wants customers to know there are several options available to reduce the amount of energy they use to help keep bills in check. The company also offers budget billing, as well as energy saving programs specifically designed for income-eligible customers.
“We’re concerned about the effect a surge in the cost of electricity will have on our customers,” said Penni Conner, Senior Vice President and Chief Customer Officer at Northeast Utilities, CL&P’s parent company. “Our energy efficiency programs are designed to help folks reduce their usage, tighten up their homes, and ensure every energy dollar is spent effectively.”