• 14Oct

    The Woodbridge Clean Energy Initiative task force is presenting a discussion on Connecticut’s perspective in the larger question of global climate change. The presenter, Amey Marrella, is the current Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and former First Selectperson of Woodbridge. Amey is devoted to envorinmental law and protecting Connecticut’s natural resources.

    Everyone is welcome. Come to the Woodbridge Town Library on Wednesday, October 21st at 7 PM

  • 17Sep

    Jonathan Gorham will present the CT Energy Efficiency Fund’s Home Energy Solutions energy audit and retrofit program. Woodbridge residents can get a $25 rebate (off a regular $75 co-pay) to have certified, trained energy professionals identify and repair leaks in your home. These contractors also test air ducts, replace incandescent light bulbs, check insulation and examine appliances. Save at least $350 in the first year. Gorham will also discuss the town’s commitment to International Climate Action Day, October 24, 2009. Help Woodbridge become a green energy leader in CT.

    When?
    Wednesday, September 23 at 7pm

    Where?
    Center School Building
    4 Meeting House Lane, Woodbridge, CT
    in the cafe/lower level, across from the Town Library

  • 21Aug

    The Woodbridge Clean Energy Initiative task force is presenting a discussion on solar energy. The presenter, Andy Danzig, is a local resident who has been living on solar electricity since 2007. He will present his first-hand experience, discuss tax incentives, and encourage questions.

    The event is free and everyone is welcome. Come to the Woodbridge Town Library on Tuesday, August 25th at 7 PM

  • 19May

    Are you a Locavore? Where do you buy your food? Who grows it? How far does it travel to reach you? Is it safe to eat? If these are questions that have crossed your mind lately then come to the next Woodbridge Clean Energy Intiative speaker series. Our speaker will present a comprehensive look at our food and the energy used to grow, protect, transport, and sell it.

    The event is free and everyone is welcome. Come to the Woodbridge Town Library on Wednesday, June 3rd at 7 PM

  • 17May

    On Saturday, May 16th, the winners of the 2nd annual tri-town clean energy contest were announced and prizes awarded.

    Bethany Community School

    • Nicolas Sabatelli

    Beecher Road School

    • Allison May Li
    • Honorable Mention, Lisa Gorham

    Orange Middle School

    • Elizabeth Marino

    Amity Regional Middle School

    • Danny Chen

    Prizes includes Apple iPods, Canon digital cameras, and special awards for participation.

  • 09Mar

    The Woodbridge Clean Energy Initiative (WCEI) in conjunction with the Bethany Clean Energy Task Force and the Orange Clean Energy Task Force is proud to announce the second annual contest for K-12 students in the tri-town area to inspire the community to save energy, reduce its dependence on fossil fuels, and lessen global climate change.

    Participants may enter actual inventions, drawings, videos, or written pieces. Each entry will be judged on creativity, originality, feasibility, and artistic quality. The submissions will be displayed and judged live at Bethany’s Earth Day on May 16th at Amity Middle School in Bethany. The winning submissions will also be showcased on WCEI’s web site.

    Click here for more information and an entry form

  • 08Mar

    The Woodbridge Clean Energy Initiative Task Force (WCEI) wants to show all about sustainable Lumber, Paint, Roofing, Heating, Cooling, and more. Whether your home is 3 years old or built in the 1800’s, learn why low-VOC, FSC, and LEED are important ancronyms for your next home improvement. WCEI is hosting a speaker series event about renovating with “green” products and technologies.

    Our guest speaker will be Jonathan Tuminksi, a co-founder of The Center for Green Building in Bridgeport.

    Everyone is welcome. Come to the Woodbridge Town Library on Tuesday, March 24th at 7 PM

  • 06Jan

    The Woodbridge Clean Energy Initiative Task Force (WCEI) wants to show you ways to save money on your energy bills. These savings will offset the increase in your electric bill that you will be charged by United Illuminating for signing up for CT Clean Energy Options ($.011/kWh). By using less energy you are also have less impact on global climate change. To be a good steward of the planet and to help Woodbridge go GREEN we invite you to do some of these things. The actual savings may vary by household, but, in total, the saving and the high Return on Investments (ROI) are there!

    RESCHEDULED to Wednesday, Feb 18th at 7 PM

    Everyone is welcome. Come to the Woodbridge Town Library on Wednesday, January28th at 7 PM


  • 12Dec

    In case you missed our presentation on Green Holidays, we’ve put the slideshow online in PDF format.

    Click Here to view it.

  • 24Nov

    Need some fresh holiday gift ideas?

    Come and discover new products made with recycled materials, learn about fun gifts that will help you conserve energy, and other clever ideas to make your home safer. You’ll go home with a new outlook on gift giving this holiday season.

    Everyone is welcome. Come to the Woodbridge Town Library on Monday, December 1st at 7 PM