Clean Energy Commission
In 2005 West Hartford appointed an ad-hoc Clean Energy Task Force (WH-CETF). In 2017, the Town Council recognized the task force's "continuing and evolving role in the Town’s efforts to be energy efficient" and established the West Hartford Clean Energy Commission (WH-CEC).
- promotes the use of clean energy,
- assists the Town in achieving energy consumption reduction goals, and
- recovers any financial, (environmental, and educational) benefits from doing so.
The WH-CEC has eight members, as listed below. However, our meetings are open to all. We welcome anyone who wants to work together to achieve our goals of making West Hartford a cleaner and greener place to live!
Come to our next meeting to see what it is all about. We meet once a month in Town Hall. See our calendar below for meeting dates.
Email Catherine Diviney to be added to our group.
Encouraging residents to sign up for Home Energy Solutions, a home energy audit and efficiency program that helps homeowners save energy and money.
Encouraging businesses to participate in the Small Business Energy Advantage Program, conduct audits and implement energy efficiency projects.
Expanding the 2009 Comprehensive Energy Plan to cover the entire West Hartford community, including residents and businesses.