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GM News Feed: Chevrolet Clean Energy Initiative to Fund Home Energy-Efficiency Upgrades as First Project

Bruce Nunnally

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DETROIT – A Maine housing weatherization program will receive funding for energy-efficiency upgrades, the first investment from a $40 million multi-year commitment by Chevrolet to prevent 8 million metric tons of carbon dioxide from entering the air.

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