On Thursday, November 3, 2022, Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) will reactivate its Stony Brook Water Treatment Plant in Montville following the completion of an important upgrade to improve water quality for its customers.
Persistent inflation across the United States and worldwide continues to impact every aspect of daily life and every industry in the global economy. Read what NPU is doing to manage utility price increases.
Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) is recognizing three celebratory weeks during the week of October 2-8, marking Public Power Week with the American Public Power Association as well as National Public Natural Gas and National Customer Service Weeks.
NPU issues Water Supply Warning and is asking for 10% reduction in water use by commercial, residential customers
Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) is preparing to respond to severe weather and has enhanced how it will communicate with customers during emergencies.
August 4, 2022 – As statewide drought conditions persist, Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) is asking their residential and commercial customers to make reasonable adjustments to their water use until conditions in the region improve.
Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) continues to monitor the conditions at both of its reservoirs very closely and will advise the public should there be a need to curtail their water use.
NPU is working with TRC Companies, Inc to perform safety inspections on our natural gas meters in your neighborhood, as required by the State of Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA).
Natural gas customers of Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) will see a reduction in their monthly bills as a result of a provision in the recently approved State Budget that exempts the utility from the State’s Gross Receipts Tax.
Impact of rising energy costs on NPU bills – Read more here