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The nonprofit Self-Help Credit Union self-help.org/about-us launched a low-interest loan program Thursday to finance energy-efficiency projects in metro Charlotte. Self-Help, based in Durham, will use a $5.5 million loan and grant from Bank of America, combined with other resources, to offer $15 million in energy loans in Charlotte, Atlanta and six other cities. In Charlotte, the money will be targeted at retrofits of commercial, community and multifamily buildings.
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