10 Tips to Save Money on Your Energy Bill This Season
Spring has finally sprung here in New England, and with warmer weather already hitting parts of the U.S., there’s no better time to share some of our favorite energy saving tips from the Department of Energy!
Could Renewable Energy Mean More Jobs?
As the Trump administration gets to work undoing many of the previous administration’s environmental progress, the best weapon for battling climate change in the U.S. may be jobs, analysts say.
ECSU Honors Titan Energy New England With Distinguished Award
On March. 17, Titan Energy New England was presented with the Eastern Connecticut State University Foundation Board of Directors Award at the University’s 2017 President’s Leadership Awards Luncheon. The luncheon is the premiere donor appreciation event of the year; in addition to recognizing Eastern’s top donors, the event also honored several distinguished alumni.
Longtime Regional Grower Selects the Team of Titan Energy New England and Earthlight Technologies to Construct Solar Array
With more than 35 years of cultivating lush, thriving products under their belts, Prides Corner Farms, a family owned regional grower located in Lebanon, Conn., teamed up with Titan Energy New England and Earthlight Technologies to install a 1.7-acre solar power array last year. The solar panels cover the farm’s “shopping area,” where more than 2,200 varieties of plants are grown and supplied to independent garden centers, wholesale yards and landscapers throughout the northeast region of the country.
As Lawmakers Debate Energy Auction, Customers Lose Out On Savings
Regardless of whether state lawmakers decide to auction Connecticut Light & Power and United Illuminating retail electricity accounts to private marketing companies as a way to raise cash for the state, the issue will cost money for 665,000 CL&P customers.
Finch, Bridgeport basketball legend kick off partnership with Titan Energy
Mayor Bill Finch and Bridgeport basketball legend Chris Smith kicked off Bridgeport’s partnership with Titan Energy and Direct Energy during an event at City Hall Annex on April 19. This new partnership will set a new fixed price for electricity customers who participate in the Direct Choice program.
Building a Clean Economy and Cutting Pollution in the Northeast
Over the last decade, northeastern states have built a track record of successful action to reduce global warming pollution. By working together across state lines and partisan divides—and developing innovative new policies to hasten the transition to a clean energy economy—the Northeast has succeeded in cutting emissions while safeguarding the region’s economic health.
More Solar Power Set to Come to Connecticut
Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that Connecticut was awarded $481,473 from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to help lower costs associated with the installation of rooftop solar panels. The grant will be used by the Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority (CEFIA) and its partners to streamline permitting processes, address connectivity with the state’s utilities, and improve financing options for homeowners and small businesses who install rooftop solar power systems.