Energize CT Center
The Energize Connecticut Center will be closing its doors on December 31, 2019. Visit this hands-on learning laboratory and experience the Center before it closes.
An energy efficiency resource center and a hands-on learning laboratory for children, the Energize Connecticut Center offers educational tours, seminars, special events, and the latest energy efficiency and renewable technologies; all focused on teaching Connecticut residents and businesses how to use energy wisely without sacrificing comfort or style.
Displays, Educational Tours, and More!
The Center is an interactive, professionally staffed facility that combines displays, educational tours, and a resource center to educate and empower the residents of Connecticut about energy. Exhibits showcase the benefits of energy-efficient choices, including: cost savings, comfort, convenience, sustainability, and environmental impacts.
Through guided or self-guided tours, visitors will learn about: energy sources, electricity generation, the important role energy plays in daily life, and ways to use energy wisely. In the resource center, visitors can learn about programs and financing available to implement energy efficiency and renewable solutions in their home or business.
After a visit to the Center, Connecticut residents of all ages will be empowered to make smart energy choices at home, at work, and in their community.
A conference and meeting space in the Center is available for community and trade ally groups to use for meetings, training seminars and events. (Please call or email for availability.)
Hours, Directions and Contact Info
The Energize Connecticut Center is located at 122 Universal Drive North in North Haven, CT (near Panera Bread in the Target shopping center).
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Thursday:12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Monday and Sunday: Closed
Tours of the Energize Connecticut Center are no longer being scheduled. We encourage you to visit one of the many science centers in the state to continue your energy education initiatives.