Middlesex students place in eeSmarts contest
First Selectman Jayme Stevenson and State Rep. Terrie Wood celebrated Middlesex students Ryan Blatney (second place) and William Harper (first place) today in the Capitol along with their science teacher Kelly DePiano.
They were winners in the Eesmarts Essay contest, an energy education learning initiative on how to use less energy in our homes that benefits our environment.
Energize Connecticut, in partnership with Eversource and AVANGRID, Inc. subsidiaries United Illuminating, Southern Connecticut Gas and Connecticut Natural Gas, is now accepting entries for its 13th annual eesmarts Student Contest. The contest encourages students to create projects about energy efficiency, renewable energy, and sustainability. The deadline for entries is April 28, 2017.
The eesmarts Student Contest is open to Connecticut students in Grades K-12 and college. Finalists in all categories and grade levels will be honored at a special awards ceremony on June 2, 2017 at the State Capitol in Hartford.