The following websites and links contain information for various energy efficiency activities:
Created to address Connecticut's increasing energy needs - and rising costs - the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund (CEEF) is an initiative to help homeowners and renters, small and large businesses, and state and local governments alike get in the habit of using energy more efficiently.
The United Illuminating Company's official website explaining the electric utility company's programs and offerings in the Southern Connecticut service territory
Connecticut Light and Power Company's official website offering a variety of informational topics and programs from this subsidiary of Northeast Utilities with a service territory throughout Connecticut
For information and resources, programs and educational initiatives pertaining specifically to Connecticut and climate change
The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund's website details ways in which Connecticut residents, as well as students, can learn about clean, renewable resources available in our state.
Brain Pop is a website geared towards students with a wide variety of science topics from energy to technology to animal species. This site features short, animated videos that briefly explain scientific concepts with online multiple-choice quizzes.
The Alliance to Save Energy website describes their national Green Schools Program and offers lesson plans.
Energy Quest is a website for students from the California Energy Commission featuring information and interactive energy games for students.
The Department of Energy's website for students contains lessons and games teaching solar energy, wind energy, geothermal energy, general renewable energy, alternative fuels and energy efficiency tips.
MyEnergyStar was created by the Northeast ENERGY STAR® Lighting and Appliance initiative as a resource to help New Englanders save energy and money in their homes through the use of Energy Star qualified products and energy efficient behaviors.