Company Provides Funding for Energy Efficiency Projects Through Neighborhood Assistance Act

OLD SAYBROOK, Conn. — Jan. 7, 2019 — Connecticut Water Company is proud to announce that it is
helping to fund energy conservation projects at Connecticut Cancer Foundation (CCF) through the
Connecticut Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credit program. The company’s donation of $2,500 will
help fund energy efficiency upgrades to CCF’s Cultural and Operations Center in Old Saybrook.
Jane G. Ellis, president and executive director of CCF, shared, “Donations made through the
Neighborhood Assistance Act help us fulfill our mission. We are able to make energy efficiency
improvements that will help lower our operating costs, which will make more dollars available to help
cancer patients and their families. We are pleased that Connecticut Water is supporting our efforts
through the Neighborhood Assistance Act.”

Maureen P. Westbrook, vice president of customer and regulatory affairs, noted, “Connecticut Water
and its employees take pride in supporting organizations in our service communities and are pleased to
be able to support Connecticut Cancer Foundation’s efforts to use energy more efficiently so the
foundation can continue to assist cancer patients and their families who need financial and emotional
assistance. Further, as many of us have been touched by cancer in some way, it is wonderful to see the
role the foundation is playing in the community.”
“I want to thank the Connecticut Water Company for its generous donation to the Connecticut Cancer

Foundation and for its commitment and partnership to our community. The foundation will certainly put
those resources to good use for cancer patients and their families across the state,” said Rep. Devin
Carney of the 23rd District, who was on hand for the check presentation.

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