Ansonia, Derby residents eligible for free LED light bulbs Sept. 23
Updated 4:11 pm, Wednesday, September 20, 2017
DERBY-Everyone likes something for free, right?
Well Ansonia and Derby residents may get four free energy-saving LED light bulbs by turning in their old-fashioned incandescent bulbs at the Derby Home Depot, 117 Main Street between 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 23.
An additional four LED bulbs can be obtained by registering for Home Energy Solutions.
Elizabeth Murphy, a spokesman for Energize Connecticut, said more than 730 LED bulbs were distributed during a similar Aug. 26 event at the Home Depot. To participate in Saturday’s giveaway, all Ansonia or Derby residents need to do is bring in the postcard informing them of the event or show proof of living in either city.
She said residents can expect to save $390 or 1,964 kilowatt hours over the life of each free energy star LED bulb.
However those who participated in the August event may not receive an additional four free bulbs by exchanging more. but make take part in other energy-saving incentive programs.
For more information on Weatherization Month or any of the other energy-saving programs and services provided through the Energize Connecticut initiative, please call 1-877-WISE-USE or visit energizect.com.
Energize Connecticut is an initiative of the State of Connecticut, the Connecticut Green Bank, Eversource, UI, SCG and CNG, with funding from a charge on customer energy bills.