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February 04, 2010

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In Connecticut, that percentage is even higher. More than half of the average energy bill is spent on home heating. Add high gas and oil prices to that, and your wallet is a whole lot lighter.

Peter Marsden

I'm pleased to find your blog. I am new to blogging in the green energy arena and it's great to find a resource like yours which I can keep in touch with. The Connecticut energy audit for $75 is both a bargain for the homeowner & the environment; I hope it is taken up strongly!

Pam

Just as an fyi, in addition to CT Clean Energy Options, electric customers have another choice...Viridian Energy. Viridian offers 20% green electric while keeping rates below the utilities. This is a good option for those who want to use greener electricity but don't want to or can't affort to pay the premiums charged in CT Clean Energy. Viridian will also be coming ut with a 100% wind offering this spring, expected to be competitive with the regular utility rates. www.Viridian.com/BetterEnergy gives more info...

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