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Get weatherization assistance in Arizona to help conserve energy.

Qualified low and mid income families in Arizona will be among the first in the nation to benefit from the federal government stimulus dollars being spent to help make homes more energy efficient and help families conserve energy and save on their utility bills.

The main goal of the weatherization assistance program is to help families save energy, and provide families with the most cost-effective energy saving improvements. For example, the program may mean a new air conditioner is installed, additional insulation, sealing duct work, installing window screens, adding insulation to the floor and attics, or white-coating mobile home roofs to reflect sunlight.

The governor of Arizona, Gov. Jan Brewer, announced that Arizona’ plan for weatherization assistance has been approved by the U.S. Department of Energy. Almost $60 in funds will be provided to benefit Arizonans as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The funds are now on the way to the state’s energy office at the Arizona Department of Commerce.

It is expected that thousands of Arizona households will be qualified for the program, and their homes will be improved and upgraded to help them conserve energy and reduce the amount they are paying monthly on utility bills.

In addition, the federal government funds will be stretched by working together with cities and towns that also offer weatherization assistance to their local residents.

 

 

 

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