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NEW:  Click for SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEM GUIDELINES FOR SHARON

We have recently come across a very informative site which comes from Con Edison.

 It will allow you to calculate how much electricity each of your appliances uses and you can then see what your savings might be if you either unplug the appliance when not in use or reduce your usage.

 Since the site is from Con Edison they use a price for electricity of 27 cents/kwh.

 You will have to adjust the cost proportionately for the lower cost for your electricity, which in CL&P territory ranges from 17 cents/kwh to 20 cents/kwh. [We could not find a manner to vary the price on the site.]

 The two sites are

http://customerservice.coned.com/custapps/cned/aobaac/conedison.php?

 http://www.coned.com/thepowerofgreen/

 There is also much more information on the site which will allow you to go through your home and see where you can look for loss of energy.

  HOW TO SAVE MONEY ON YOUR ELECTRIC BILL

 These two sites will provide you further information

www.energizect.com          

In addition to reducing your cost of electricity by choosing the lowest priced supplier (called the “generation charge” on your bill), you should consult these other links to see how you can benefit from information presented by the “energizect” website. This website is put together by the State of Connecticut and the local utilities.

The link is

http://www.energizect.com/compare-energy-suppliers/compare-supplier-options

Other helpful information is to be found on the websites of our neighbouring communities of Kent and Cornwall and their links, plus two other links, are

http://www.cornwallctenergy.org/

  http://www.epa.gov/

 
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