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CL&P and Yankee Gas Energy Assistance Forum Coming to Norwalk

To be held Thursday, October 20 at DoubleTree Hotel

MEDIA CONTACT: Mitch Gross, CL&P Ashley Duncan, Yankee Gas
Office: (860) 665-5221 (860) 665-2781
After Hours: (800) 789-2290 (800) 789-2290

BERLIN, Conn. - October 13, 2011 - 

Local social service providers from hospitals, senior centers, town governments, local assistance programs and religious organizations are invited to attend the 2011 Social Agency Forum on Energy, Thursday, October 20, beginning at 11:30 a.m., at the DoubleTree Hotel, 789 Connecticut Avenue in Norwalk.

Sponsored by Connecticut Light and Power (CL&P) and Yankee Gas, the forum will provide social service agencies, community-based organizations and public officials with updated information about utility payment plans, services and assistance, including the CL&P and Yankee Gas Matching Payment Programs, credit practices, energy assistance, educational programs, and weatherization programs.

Representatives from social service agencies can register online at either www.cl-p.com or www.yankeegas.com. They can also call (860) 665-3536 in the Hartford and Meriden calling areas, or (800) 286-5000, ext. 701-3536, in all other areas. Registration is free of charge.

The Social Agency Forum offers utility companies and social services staff an opportunity to strengthen and build relationships to better serve and represent limited- and fixed-income utility customers.

In addition to CL&P and Yankee Gas, representatives from the following organizations are scheduled to be in attendance: Connecticut Association for Human Services, Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority, Connecticut Department of Social Services, CTE, Inc., DOMUS, 2-1-1/United Way, Operation Fuel, Statewide Legal Services of Connecticut, Inc. and the University of Connecticut Cooperative Extension System.

The final forum for 2011 is scheduled for Wednesday, October 26 in Southington.

The Connecticut Light and Power Company (CL&P) has been part of everyday life in Connecticut for more than 100 years, providing safe and reliable electric service to homes, neighborhoods and businesses. With 1.2 million customers in 149 cities and towns, CL&P is improving the environments you live in, by offering programs in energy conservation, economic development and environmental stewardship. CL&P is a Northeast Utilities company (NYSE: NU). For more information, please visit www.cl-p.com and follow us on Twitter @CTLightandPower.

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