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Advocates Say Thousands Have Saved Through State’s Energy Efficiency Policy

DENVER (CBS4) –¬†Consumer advocates with CoPIRG Monday morning demonstrated how Colorado’s energy efficiency policy has helped keep energy costs down and homes warmer.

The advocates say thousands have saved money.

The coalition says rollbacks are jeopardizing Colorado’s ranking in energy saving programs. Experts are revealing energy efficient upgrades and offering tours on those types of homes.

The landmark policy passed in 2007.

LINK: CoPIRG

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