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WMECo's offers energy saving programs for residents

SPRINGFIELD, MA (WSHM) -

WMECo is offering four programs this winter that will help keep Massachusetts' residents warm and heating bills down.

WMECo officials say their programs will help make homes more energy efficient.

The programs include, home energy assessment, do-it-yourself energy saving tips, the Mass good neighbor energy fund and the NUstart program.

The home energy assessment allows an authorized contractor to give an energy assessments to homeowners and renters. For more information on this program, contact www.masssave.com.

The do-it-yourself energy-saving tips provide low to no-cost tips to save on energy, including opening drapes and curtains on a sunny day. Log onto  http://ow.ly/gPDqe for more information.

The Mass good neighbor energy fund provides energy assistance to hundreds-of-thousands of residents in need. For more eligibility information, visit:  http://www.magoodneighbor.org/assistance.html

The NUstart Program is designed to help income- eligible WMECo customers keep their electric service throughout the year.  Visit https://www.wmeco.com/residential/paymentassistance.aspx for more information.  

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