DENVER (CBS4) – The City and County of Denver will soon cut residents a major break for making energy-efficient upgrades in their homes and modes of transportation. It’s all part of a new rebate program launching on Friday.
It could mean hundreds of dollars in savings on electric water pumps, solar panels, electric bicycles and more.
The whole idea is to make the, at times, costly switch away from fossil fuels more affordable and attainable for people.
“We are just trying to chip away at the cost of these projects so that they’ll be more affordable for homeowners,” said Grace Rink, Chief Climate Officer for City and County of Denver.
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