Norwich Public Utilities (NPU)

A municipally owned utility serving Norwich, CT with
natural gas, electricity, water and sewer services.

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Natural Gas Expansion

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Choosing Natural Gas for your home

Whether you are thinking about having NPU bring natural gas to your home, or have already made the decision, we want to make the process easy for you.  Our goal is to have natural gas installed to your home quickly, efficiently and safely -- with minumum disruption to your home and property.

The first step is to contact us!!  Our staff will answer all your questions and provide you will all the facts you need to make this decision.  We will explain the many benefits of natural gas, inform you of the various money saving incentives, rebates and low-interest loans available to make this the most economical choice for you, and outline all the steps in the process.  But we won't stop there.  We will remain available to work directly with you through the entire process.  Our job isn't finished until gas is installed and you are fully satisfied with the work that was done.

Call us at 860-823-4514 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.  Not sure if you have gas available to you?  We can answer that for you as well.

NPU has parterned with the Clean Energy Finance & Investment Authority to launch a comprehensive program that combines financial incentives, low interest loans, and competitive pricing for converting your home to Natural Gas. 

 NEW!  For a limited time, get 2.99% low interest financing from Smart E-Loans to convert from oil or propane.  There's never been a better time to switch to natural gas!  Click here to learn more.

For more information about NPU's gas expansion program, click on the brochure below. 

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For step-by-step details about the installation procedure, click here.

 When installing a natural gas service, there are specific guidelines to follow to determine where the gas meter should be located. To help homeowners and contractors understand where, or more importantly where not, a gas meter will be located please read the appropriate guidelines:

Natural Gas Incentive and Rebate Forms (contact NPU for more information):

 

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