If you are having trouble paying your utility bill, ask your utility if you are eligible for hardship status. If you are not eligible for hardship status, ask about enrolling in a COVID-19 payment plan. Effective March 18, 2020, PURA is no longer requiring paper copies of documents filed electronically through the web filing system. To All PURA Filers: PURA is scheduled to launch its new electronic filing system on Friday, May 14, 2021. In preparation for the launch, narrated tutorials and other information has been posted on PURA's "Announcement of New Case Management System" page. Additionally, PURA is offering two separate pre-launch training workshops specific to the new Interrogatory Module on Monday, May 10 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Tuesday, May 11 from 10 a.m. to noon. For all those interested in participating, please register no later than Wednesday, May 5. Those that register will receive a calendar invite for the workshop event. FILING MORATORIUM, Friday, May 7 - Thursday, May 13: PURA’s current web-filing system will be unavailable after close of business Thursday, May 6 at 5 p.m. The new electronic filing system will go live Friday, May 14 at 8 a.m. No filings will be accepted and no documents will be posted by PURA during this transition period. Outside filers should plan accordingly. Any compliance filings due during this period may be filed on Friday, May 14 and will be deemed timely filed.  (Register for a workshop here via email)

Interest Rate Buydown Program
Low Interest Loans

A low interest loan program is available for customer-side distributed resource projects of 50 kW or greater. The interest rate is subsidized so it will be 1% below the customer’s applicable rate or no more than the prime rate. The legislation for this customer-side distributed generation program is not only for installation of large customer-owned electric generation equipment, but also for conservation projects that reduce system demand. These particular energy conservation projects must meet all 3 of the following criteria to be qualified for this program:
  1. Must be saving electricity (not gas or oil savings measures);
  2. Town/municipality must be located in CL&P or UI territory; and
  3. Also, if projects received any monies/grants from CT Clean Energy Fund or Conservation Load Management Funds – these monies must be subtracted from the amount subsidized under this loan program.
The combination of the projects should be $1 million or greater after you subtract any monies received from other funding sources (CCEF, CL&M and CEEF).

For more information about the loan program and to submit your application, contact our financing representative at Banc of America:
Banc of America Public Capital Corp - Holly Andreozzi 617-434-7760 or holly.andreozzi@baml.com