Town of Portland - Clean Energy
Clean Energy (n.)
1. A source of usable heat or power not subject to price spikes or fuel depletion (see renewable, sustainable). 2. 100% Domestic. 3. An energy system that produces no greenhouse gases or other pollution.

The Portland Clean Energy Task Force strives to provide the Town and its residents with options to save money and reduce harmful emissions through energy efficiency programs and how to go about installing clean energy systems on their homes or businesses.

Solarize East Hampton/Portland is underway!  Visit SolarizeCT, where you can 1) find testimonials from your neighbors who already have solar, 2) sign up for a free site visit from our partner, the Ross Solar Group

Click Here for a history of clean energy in Portland.

This page updated 10/18/16.

Questions? Contact Portland Clean Energy Task Force Chair Andy Bauer

 

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Solar on Valley View School!
Portland residents and business that enrolled in the CT Clean Energy Options all can say they did their part to bring us the 10 Kw solar photovoltaic array on the Valley View School.
Support Clean Energy AND Save Money!

The CT CEO is 100% non-polluting, domestic electricity.
A great way to support clean energy and save on your electric bill is to enroll with both an alternative supplier and the CT Clean Energy Options. The options program can be found here, and a complete list of alternative suppliers can be found here.