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Energy Efficiency Programs Offer Safety & Savings For Low-Income Homes

Originally published on Think Progress. By Marlene Cimons When Diana Story, a grandmother who lives in the Maple Park neighborhood of Chicago’s South Side, wanted to lower her energy bills and fix any problems in the 55-year-old single-family house she shares with four other people, a neighbor suggested she check out the energy efficiency program [&hellip Energy Efficiency Programs Offer Safety & Savings For Low-Income Homes was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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