New England Region

New England Success Stories

We encourage you to learn more about our energy conservation program from the people who know us best: Cenergistic clients.

Check out our client success stories from the New England Region below.

Success Stories

Connecticut - Regional School District #14

Regional School District #14
Woodbury, CT

As one of the leading school districts in the state for energy conservation, this district demonstrates good stewardship of natural and financial resources to its community. 

2010 2,242 429,667 34% 82 55.85

Connecticut - Ridgefield Public Schools

Ridgefield Public Schools
Ridgefield, CT

Since implementing the energy program in 2006, the district has received more ENERGY STAR certifications than any organization in the state. It fully expects to continue that success well into the future, and though it is no longer in contract, it continues to receive support from Cenergistic.

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2006 5,540 1,025,839 20% 72 56.25

Connecticut - Weston Public Schools

Weston Public Schools
Weston, CT

HARTFORD, CT – May 21, 2013 – Weston Public Schools was recognized for excellence in energy efficiency and presented with the Power of Change Top Public School Building Award at the first annual the Power of Change Awards.  Weston Public Schools earned first honors the Top Public School Building  category for its outstanding achievements by municipal energy leaders, including Governor Dannel P. Malloy; Daniel C. Esty, Commissioner of the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP); Stewart Hudson, President of the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation; Sabina Shelby, Managing Trustee of the Hampshire Foundation; Mally Cox-Chapman, Philanthropy Advisor of the Common Sense Fund, and state legislative leaders and energy stakeholders.

The Power of Change awards reinforce Governor Dannel P. Malloy’s Lead by Example program which calls for the win-win benefits of energy efficiency for Connecticut and its taxpayers. The winning municipal energy efficiency projects were celebrated as models for their energy-saving approaches and achievements in municipal buildings.  

Weston earned this award for outstanding reductions in BTUs per square foot over several school buildings: Weston Board of Education (836 MMBTUs), Weston Board of Education Annex (570 MMBTUs), Hurbutt Elementary School (4,216 MMBTUs), Weston Intermediate School (2,732 MMBTUs), Weston Middle School (6,701 MMBTUs) and Weston High School (5,464 MMBTUs). The program involved making both behavioral and operations changes to achieve these results, without having to purchase or replace HVAC systems.

Through the success of its energy conservation program, Weston Public Schools was the first district in the state to become an ENERGY STAR Leader. 

2009 2,585 632,800 31% 66 83.66

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