Norwich Public Utilities (NPU)

A municipally owned utility serving Norwich, CT with
natural gas, electricity, water and sewer services.


Summer 2015

Message from John Bilda:

NPU honored with national award for reliable electric operations

John BildaNorwich Public Utilities (NPU) is among a small group of public power utilities to earn the Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3) designation from the American Public Power Association (APPA), which made the announcement on May 18. The RP3 designation lasts for three years; NPU was also recognized in 2012.


NPU / Clean Cities partnership continues

norwich-clean-citiesNPU continues to serve as the Host Agency for the Norwich Area Clean Cities Coalition, a U.S. Department of Energy program promoting the use of alternative fuels and technologies to reduce petroleum consumption in transportation.


Update from Norwich Community Development Corporation (NCDC)

Ponemah Mill project receives critical funding

View of Ponemah MillsIn 2007, Onekey, LLC, a private developer from New Jersey acquired the main building in the Ponemah Mill complex located in the Taftville village of Norwich. They envisioned creating a mixed-use, mixed-income adaptive reuse project for the historic mill building located on the banks of the Shetucket River. 


NPU starts construction on 2nd CNG fueling station

In June, NPU broke ground on a new $1.8 million compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicle fueling station, a project funded in large part through a grant from the Federal Highway Administration.


10 Commercial customers take advantage of NPU rebate programs in Q2

Ten Commercial and Industrial (C&I) customers of NPU participated in the Lighting Retrofit Program and earned $128,800 in rebates for the second quarter of 2015. These customers will also save more than $60,000 annually on their energy bills as a result of installing more efficient lighting.



Electric, Sewer, Water: 860-887-2555
Natural Gas: 860-887-7207
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