TTD Celebrates Public Power Week, October 4-10, 2015

Public Power Week 2015

TTD Commissioner Debora Goldstein at APPA Legislative Rally in Washington, DC earlier this year.

East Norwalk, CT (October 5, 2015) – TTD is celebrating Public Power Week (#PublicPowerWeek), October 4-10, along with more than 2,000 other community-owned, not-for-profit electric utilities that collectively provide electricity to 48 million Americans.

“Public Power Week celebrates the reliable, affordable electricity TTD provides to our community,” said Jim Smith, TTD General Manager. “Public power puts the people of East Norwalk first, and Public Power Week gives us the chance to emphasize the advantages of having a community-owned, locally controlled utility that is accessible and places customer needs ahead of profits,” said Smith.

“Our service is reliable and safe and we take pride in serving our friends and neighbors,” added Smith. “TTD is proud to have served East Norwalk for more than 100 years.”
Today TTD has 12 employees, operates 4 substations and serves approximately 3,900 residential and commercial customers.

About TTD
TTD operates a municipal, ratepayer-owned Electric Department that provides high service, reliable, low-cost electricity to East Norwalk residents and businesses. The company also supports the local community with concerts and holiday events, as well as supporting the East Norwalk Association Library and Norwalk Fire Department Firehouse, and maintaining the East Norwalk Historical Cemetery. The Third Taxing District is governed by a Board of three Commissioners and a Treasurer. The commissioners are elected by the residents to six-year terms. The Treasurer is elected for a two-year term. The Commissioners’ terms of office are staggered so that every two years one commissioner is up for election.

About Public Power Week
Public Power Week is an annual national event coordinated by the American Public Power Association in Washington, D.C. The association represents not-for-profit, community-owned electric utilities that power homes, businesses and streets in nearly 2,000 towns and cities, serving 48 million Americans. With no divided loyalties, these utilities are focused on a single mission — providing reliable electricity at a reasonable price, while protecting the environment. Learn more at