William Wesson, vice president of Wesson Energy, Inc. of Waterbury accepted the U.S. Department of Energy’s prestigious 2013 Century Club Award from Tracy Babbidge, Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Bureau Chief, Energy and Technology. The nationally-respected Century Club Awards recognize home improvement contractors that have used a “whole-house approach” for improving the energy performance in 100 or more homes during the past year including Wesson’s Home Energy Solutions program.
Wesson Energy, Inc. of Waterbury is a recipient of the U.S. Department of Energy’s prestigious 2013 Century Club Awards. These awards recognize home improvement contractors that have used a “whole-house approach” for improving the energy performance in 100 or more homes during the past year including the Energize Connecticut program, Home Energy Solutions, of which Wesson Energy is an authorized contractor. The Department of Energy’s Building Technologies Office selects Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Century Club Award winners across the nation in conjunction with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
William Wesson, Wesson Energy Inc. Vice President, remarked, “We are very proud that this is the third year we are a recipient of this nationally-respected award. This is an honor we share with Wesson Energy’s thousands of customers throughout the Greater Waterbury region. It is another public recognition of our commitment to provide the most efficient, most effective and most comfortable energy-conserving and money-saving services to all of our customers.”
David Lee, residential program manager in the Building Technologies Office of the U.S. Department of Energy, stated, “This year, Wesson Energy, Inc. joined an unprecedented number of participating contractors who have earned the Century Club Award and make the Home Performance with ENERGY STAR program’s goal of turning building science-solutions into real results for homeowners nationwide. Your commitment to home performance helps homeowners achieve their energy goals, whether it’s improving comfort, cutting energy costs or protecting the environment.
Wesson Energy, Inc.’s efforts have positioned it as one of the market trailblazers in a rapidly growing industry – providing important services to individual homeowners as well as meeting critical social challenges to address global climate change. Thank you for your hard work and dedication.”
William Wesson explained that, “Wesson Energy initially became a home performance contractor to assist its oil and propane customers with programs that help homeowners conserve energy through home energy assessments, heating and cooling system efficiency upgrades and home air sealing and insulation improvements. As a result of our work in the Home Energy Solutions program, we have helped over 7,500 homeowners to reduce energy usage, lower energy bills, and improve the comfort level in homes.”
By participating in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Home Performance program in Connecticut, Wesson Energy also offers third-party quality assurance, which provides homeowners with the confidence that their home improvement work will be performed properly and completed by qualified personnel.”
Wesson Energy, Inc. received the 2013 Century Club Award during the Energy Efficiency Board meeting on July 9th in New Britain. In presenting the awards, the Connecticut Energy Efficiency board announced that, “Connecticut’s Home Energy Solutions program is recognized across the United States as one of the most successful in the country.”
To learn more about Wesson Energy’s award-winning services and products, visit www.wessonenergy.com or call customer service at 203-756-7041 Mondays through Fridays 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.