SNE IAC Featured on Energize CT Website

Energize Connecticut is an initiative dedicated to empowering Connecticut consumers, businesses, and communities with the resources and information they need to easily save energy and build a clean energy future. The work of the Southern New England Assessment Center was featured on their Energy Assessments page which highlights programs for businesses to determine critical energy-saving opportunities and implement them with the help of incentives and financing. The SNE IAC is also featured on the Energize CT Energy Efficient Manufacturing page outlining programs and training on how to reduce waste, improve efficiency, and reduce energy consumption.

The pages highlight that the U.S. Department of Energy funds the SNE IAC to provide no-cost, no-obligation energy assessments for small to medium-sized manufacturing plants, paying more than $100,000 annually in energy bills with the goal to reduce energy usage and improve the overall energy efficiency of manufacturing facilities. 

For more information about the work of the SNE IAC and Energize CT, click the links below:

Rebates & Financing for CT Residents | Wyman Energy

U.S. Secretary of Energy, Jennifer Granholm’s visit to SNE IAC

It was a great honor to have the US Secretary of Energy, Jennifer Granholm visit the Southern New England Industrial Assessment Center on Friday, the 20th of May 2022. During her visit to the center’s lab, she interacted briefly with the students. The center director, Dr. Liang Zhang gave her updates about the center’s activities and plans. The center co-directors Dr. Ravi Gorthala and Dr. Amy Thompson were present along with the representatives from the center’s industrial partners Eversource, AVANGRID, Linde, and CTMRG. One of the center’s current student assessors, Amogh Garuda Dwajan had the privilege to introduce the Secretary at the press meeting. At the press meet, she announced the funding for 7 new IACs at Universities all over the U.S.
We are more than thrilled by the Secretary’s visit.

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