by Dan Gearino, Insideclimate News
Low-income households in Colorado are getting a new question during visits from energy assistance agencies: Have you considered solar panels?
It’s an innovative approach to solving two challenges at once: reducing greenhouse gas emissions as the effects of climate change appear across the state, and lowering low-income families’ electricity bills.
The results can make a big difference for residents like Joe Anderson, whose power bills have been cut by two-thirds since 13 solar panels were installed free-of-charge on his ranch-style house under one Colorado program. “I felt like I kind of got the luck of the draw,” he said.
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