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Custom Solar’s Shravan Joshi works to finish installing solar panels on a roof in Boulder on Aug. 10, 2017.
Custom Solar’s Shravan Joshi works to finish installing solar panels on a roof in Boulder on Aug. 10, 2017.
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EnergySmart participants who have received rebates for their own energy efficiency or renewable energy improvements can donate any portion of those savings to support Energy Outreach Colorado’s assistance to Boulder County low-income families.

In exchange, EnergySmart donors will receive documentation verifying their tax-deductible donation. Participants can make their home more energy efficient and help a neighbor in need as well, a news release stated.

“Now it’s easier than ever to help lower-income families to also have homes that are healthier and cheaper to keep warm this winter,” Susie Strife, Boulder County Sustainability Coordinator, said in a statement.

Those seeking to participate can contact an EnergySmart advisor at EnergySmartYES.com, or call 303-544-1000.

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