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From one small business to another.

Give us an hour. Save energy for years.

With a FREE assessment of your business's energy usage, we'll help you save energy for years to come. Small Business Energy Advantagesm (SBEA) is a completely turnkey solution for reducing energy consumption, saving money and helping the environment.

We'll conduct a free, no-risk and no-obligation audit of your facility and systems and provide a detailed analysis of the findings along with a recommendation for potential money and energy saving improvements.


Typical solutions we may recommend include:

  • Energy-efficient lighting
  • Energy-efficient HVAC solutions
  • Energy-efficient refrigeration
  • Energy-efficient natural gas solutions
  • Insulation/air sealing
  • Variable frequency drives
  • Kitchen exhaust hood controls
  • Air compressors
  • Premium efficiency motors

Our proposal includes a full accounting of costs, estimated energy savings and return on investment. You'll also get a review of the SBEA program incentives that may reduce your improvement costs, plus financing options -- which are potentially interest-free for qualified customers.

Join the thousands of Connecticut business that have already saved money through the SBEA program. Contact us at 800.992.2227 or fill out the form and we will get in touch with you soon.

Case Studies:

The Energize Connecticutsm Home Energy Solutionssm program is administered by Eversource and the United Illuminating Company. 


BantamWesson is an authorized contractor of Energize Connecticut.

Energize Connecticut helps you save money and use clean energy. It is an initiative of the Energy Efficiency Fund, the Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority, the State, and your local electric and gas utilities (with funding from a charge on customer energy bills). For more information visit

New pool lighting by BantamWesson at the Waterbury YMCA
“BantamWesson designed a new lighting layout for the pool, moving the lights into wall units to prevent vibration. We were concerned about surface glare on the water. Before the renovation, it was very dimly lighted. Now the lighting is soft, and yet our members can see clarity of the water.”

-Mike Tedesco, Senior Director of Operations at Waterbury YMCA