Green Energy

Renewable energy can be produced from a wide variety of sources including wind, solar, hydro, tidal and geothermal. By using more renewable energy sources to meet energy needs we all lower our dependence on fossil fuels and make energy production more sustainable. Renewable energy can provide important new ways to reduce pollution. We here at Groton Utilities support the ideals of developing renewable energy and have listed below our current resources and programs related to green energy.

“Wind and other clean, renewable energy will help end our reliance on fossil fuels and combat the severe threat that climate change poses to humans and wildlife alike.”

– Frances Beinecke, former president of the Natural Resources Defense Council

“For decades, we’ve been told that it doesn’t make economic sense to switch to renewable energy. Today, that’s no longer true.”

– Barack Obama, former President of the United States of America

Interconnection Guidelines For Customer-Owned Generation

These Guidelines have been developed by the City of Groton Department of Utilities, Electric Division (GU) or (Division) to assist Customers wishing to generate power and to interconnect with the Division’s Electric Power System (EPS).

Interconnection Guidelines

Alternate Power Sources

Current Electric Rates