About the Clean Energy Task Force (CETF)
The Town of Fairfield’s Clean Energy Task Force (CETF) encourages community action supporting the broader use of clean, renewable energy sources Town-wide, creating opportunities for Town residents to take control of their energy costs and also help safeguard the environment. The CETF works to encourage and support participation by Fairfield's residents and businesses in energy savings programs. For a “bird’s-eye” look at the Town’s commitment in action, you can visit the CETF’s YouTube Channel.
The CETF is supporting the Town's efforts to become a Clean Energy Community and to use 20% clean, renewable energy by 2018 among other energy-saving goals under the "Fairfield Commits to Clean Energy" Campaign".
Accomplishments and Rewards
Through its participation in the Clean Energy Communities program, the Town earned numerous rewards from the Green Bank including three solar systems, one at each of our middle schools; several Electric Vehicle charging stations, and an electric vehicle for the Town fleet. The Town also earned a $15,000 Bright Idea Grant from CEEF, used to purchase an energy monitoring system for Sullivan Independence Hall.
To see other Town clean-energy accomplishments supported by the Task Force please visit "Going Green" or contact the chairman.