On Wednesday, September 4th Groton Utilities presented Sacred Heart School with a rebate check in the amount of $8,850 as part of their energy conservation program. Groton Utilities encourages customers and businesses to embrace energy conservation and offer a number of rebate programs to assist customers and businesses in making the switch to energy-conscience technologies.
Sacred Heart School was eligible for the rebate by purchasing and installing seventeen qualifying heater/air conditioner units throughout their building.
At the presentation were (from left to right) Rev. Dariusz Dudzik (Sacred Heart Church), Mike Comeau (Sacred Heart School Custodial Supervisor), Dr. Gail Kingston (Principal Sacred Heart School), Daniel Bouges (GU Manager of Communication) and Len Mediavilla (GU Key Accounts GM).
Groton Utilities offers residential and business customers a variety of energy conservation programs to help reduce energy costs. These programs are designed to help people reduce energy costs by promoting the installation of more energy efficient lighting, air conditioning, heat pump water heaters, electric motors, and refrigeration solutions.
In addition to these programs Groton Utilities has started a pilot rebate program for the acquisition of plug in electric cars and level 2 chargers. Read more about Groton Utilities energy conservation programs on the company website (www.grotonutilities.com) under the Energy Conservation section.