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Xcel, Denver Human Services To Help Low-Income Families With Bills

DENVER (CBS4) – Xcel Energy on Monday announced some help to keep low-income families cool this summer.

Flipping on air conditioners can really jack up energy bills, so Xcel and Denver Human Services announced a program called Heatwave Help. It can help people pay a portion of their summer utility bills.

Xcel also presented a check for $100,000 to Denver Human Services to help get the program started.

LINK: Heatwave Help


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