Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) is warning customers to be on guard from phone scammers who are identifying themselves as working with or on behalf of the utility. NPU has received reports from numerous customers who have been contacted by individuals posing as legitimate vendors.
On September 3, 2019, Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) presented a check for $61,000 to Sovereign Management, the owners of the Shannon Building in Downtown Norwich, following the completion of a significant energy efficiency project. As a result of the project, the owner’s annual energy costs will be reduced by $82,000.
Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) has completed its largest natural gas construction project for the 2019 construction season, replacing 5,800 feet of natural gas main along Hamilton Avenue between East Main Street and Smith Avenue.
Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) will begin the annual flushing of its water system for 2019 during the week of July 15. This work is expected to be complete by early September.
Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) presented Backus Hospital, part of the Hartford Healthcare System, with a rebate check for $46,635 following the successful completion of a recent energy-efficiency upgrade during a brief ceremony on Monday afternoon, July 15, 2019.
By State Senator Cathy Osten and Chris LaRose For longer than most people can remember, the term ‘regionalization’ has been thrown around government and political circles as a theoretical if not sensible way to solve problems in Connecticut. With 169 municipalities in a relatively small state, we’ve always been told, communities sharing their resources can
On behalf of Norwich Public Utilities (NPU), we are pleased to present our first Community Impact Report to articulate the many ways that we work with and for our customers and community. The report can be found on the NPU website. The report includes information and statistics on the wide range of investments, projects, performance
During the second quarter of 2019, Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) worked with 14 Commercial customers on energy efficiency projects that will result in significant savings in the months ahead. Twelve of the customers, including four churches in Norwich, install light-emitting diode lights (LEDs) that use significantly less energy that traditional lightbulbs. The 14 customers will
Over the past several months, the NPU Board of Commissioners and staff worked to develop a five year strategic plan to guide our organization. The plan, which was formally approved by the Board in May, will guide our decision making process as we seek to work in a more open and efficient manner for our
Utility recognized by U.S. Navy for support of active duty employee following his deployment to Djibouti for nearly a year. When Eric McDermott, the Electric Operations Integrity Manager for Norwich Public Utilities (NPU), was called from reserve to active duty by the United States Navy, he knew that he would be making a number of