Is your home leaking energy?

Schedule a home energy audit with us and we will conduct a series of tests to identify problems, improve your comfort levels and help you lower your energy bills. Once you improve your home'€™s energy efficiency, you can look forward to big savings on your monthly heating and air conditioning bills.

Save Money

Save Money on Energy at Home

In today’s world, saving energy translates into saving money. Typical savings for the consumer who participates in the Home Energy Solutions Program (HES) are $150 - $250 per year or more. All for a $99.00 co-pay, or less.

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Save Energy

Home Energy Savings

Using energy wisely does not mean sacrificing. There are many new technologies available to consumers that don't require lifestyle changes at all. These technologies are now available to you through the HES Program.

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Go Green

Go Green with your Home Energy Audit

People today are concerned with their carbon footprint and the world we’ll be leaving our children and grandchildren. Using the HES Program is one of the easiest steps we can take to make the planet a better place to live. CRI offers additional resources to help you go green.

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Our Home Energy Program Includes:

Blower Door Testing

Many air leaks and drafts are easy to find because they are easy to feel — like those around windows and doors.

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Duct Blasting & Sealing Duct Leaks

Reducing the loss of heated air through your ducts will cut your heating costs. If you have central air conditioning, sealing your ducts will also save you money...

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Energy Efficient Bulbs

According to the Department of Energy, on average, we spend eight to 12 percent of our electric bill on lighting for our homes. As a nation, those costs average...

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Wall & Ceiling Insulation

Insulation is applied to areas that separate conditioned spaces – heated or cooled – from non-conditioned spaces.

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Water, Energy Savings Measures

After space heating and cooling, heating water is the third largest expense in your home. It typically accounts for about 12 percent of your utility expenses.

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Energy Efficient Appliances

Appliances that are more than 10 years old cost more to operate than newer, energy-efficient appliances. The more efficient an appliance, the less you will pay...

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CRI in the NewsCRI in the News

CMC Energy Services Acquires Competitive Resources
Wednesday July 1, 2015 @ 4:20 pm
CMC Energy Services Acquires Competitive Resources Merger Broadens Range and Array of Services Mimi Iklé-Khalsa Board Chair, CMC Energy Services Eileen McGinnis President,...» Read More
New Energize Connecticut Video on Home Energy Solutions
Friday April 3, 2015 @ 12:12 am
Energize Connecticut’s Whole Home Solutions video series is geared towards helping Connecticut residents understand the value of energy efficiency and make smart energy choices. The videos, which...» Read More
West Hartford News: Operation Fuel encourages donations
Thursday April 2, 2015 @ 7:35 pm
Published Thursday, March 19, 2015 in the West Hartford News Competitive Resources (CRI) of Wallingford will make a donation to Operation Fuel each time a customer of Eversource Energy (formerly CL...» Read More

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CRI Audio InterviewsCRI Audio Interviews

Airdate: October 26, 2010 on with Wayne Norman
Home energy assessment :: Click to hear the interview (8mb WMA)
Doug Cahill, Vice President of Competitive Resources and Craig A. Clark, Program Administrator, Conservation and Load Management for Northeast Utilities, discuss making homes more energy efficient and how to save money on your electric bill.
Energize Connecticut - programs that help you save money and use clean, affordable energy - is a partnership of the Energy Efficiency Fund, the Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority and your local electric and gas utilities.
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