Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) provides four utilities to the City of Norwich – natural gas, electricity, water, and wastewater collection.
Established in 1904, NPU is municipally-owned and governed by a five-member Board of Commissioners and Sewer Authority, representing the best interest of the citizens they represent.
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NORWICH – As Hurricane Season 2023 continues, and Hurricane Lee makes its way toward New England, Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) is reminding customers that being prepared for extreme weather can make a significant difference should a major storm hit our region. “While the weather has been relatively calm this summer so far, it is certainly
NORWICH – With hurricane season underway, Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) is preparing to respond to any severe weather that could impact electric service to its customers in the weeks and months ahead. “In New England, the weather can change quickly and dramatically, so it is critical that we are prepared to meet the needs of
Washington, DC- August 1, 2023 – The American Public Gas Association (APGA) presented Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) with the prestigious APGA System Operational Achievement Recognition (SOAR) for excellence in operating its natural gas utility. Public natural gas systems are entrusted by their customers to deliver clean and affordable natural gas through a safe and reliable
Norwich – As excessive heat and humidity continues in large sections of the country and across Connecticut, Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) has issued a Power Alert and encourages customers to voluntarily conserve energy for the next two days. “Today and tomorrow are going to be extremely warm so we’re asking customers to be mindful about how
On June 19, 2023, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont announced $8.8 million in state funding for climate resilience projects in 17 across the state. The funding includes more than $1.1 million for Norwich Public Utilities to support two projects. Norwich Public Utilities will receive $650,000 to design a wall to protect the Bean Hill Substation from