Agency ResourcesConnecticut’s state buildings and fleets are an important savings opportunity. See the resources below to learn how your agency can reduce its footprint.
Return to the Office Greener
GreenerGov CT is encouraging agencies to use the Return to the Office as an opportunity to refresh staff practices and habits, and take on some new initiatives. Here are low-cost actions to start on today.
Retrofit Project OptionsThe following options are for Connecticut State Agencies to complete energy improvement projects at their buildings and facilities.
Utility-Administered Projects provide turnkey project management alongside rebates, incentives, and strategic technical assistance for energy efficiency upgrades. Utility-administered programs also offer on-bill repayment, eliminating the need for up front capital investment.
- Fill out a Project Request Form to get started on a project
- Read through the Step-by-Step Guide to Participate to understand each stage of the process
- View Frequently Asked Questions
- View the Eversource Master Agreement and United Illuminating Master Agreement
- View Completed SBEA Projects
- Watch the March 23, 2022 Webinar Unleashing Savings in State Buildings with Energize CT
- View Bond-Funded Projects.
Behavior and Re-Tuning
- The Building Re-Tuning Checklist offers effective facility management action to reduce building energy use while ensuring that buildings operate as intended and meet current operational needs
Clean and Efficient Transportation
EV Charging Installation
- The Guidelines for the Installation of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations at State-Owned Facilities offer a detailed description of the process for the procurement and installation of electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE), also referred to as charging stations, at State-owned facilities
Sustainable Water Use
- Target and fix water leaks with the Fix a Leak Week Checklist
- Use this Leak Report Flyer to help staff report leaks
Content Last Updated March 2023