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In an all-new episode, Steve D'Agostino will interview John Odell, manager of the Energy Efficiency & Conservation Program for the City of Worcester. They will talk about the Worcester Energy Program's Residential Rebate Pilot.
Tired of being too cold in the winter and too hot in the summer, all while paying high utility bills? If you own a residential property in Worcester, you may qualify to receive up to $5,000 (even more for two-to-four-family homes) for qualifying energy-improvement projects that will increase the comfort and value of your home.
The Pilot, funded through the city’s Green Communities Grant, is designed to encourage energy-saving investments for Worcester residences with one-to-four dwelling units. Visit the Take Action page of the Worcester Energy Program website, to download PDF documents containing detailed information on this Pilot.
In the spirit of full disclosure, Steve D'Agostino does public-relations work for the Worcester Energy Program's Residential Rebate Pilot.
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