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Michigan Utility Programs Aim to Reduce Energy Use

Both Traverse City Light & Power and Cherryland Electric Cooperative launched programs to help their customers reduce energy use in response to state Public Act 295 signed into law last year. Light & Power customers can obtain free coupons worth up to $8 toward purchase of Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) bulbs. Commercial customers also can apply for up to $10,000 to offset the installation of new energy-efficient lighting and other energy equipment. Those incentives are tied to the availability of funding for the program. Information on Light & Power's "Energy Smart" incentives is available at www.tclp.org   For Cherryland's energy efficiency incentives www.cherrylandelectric.com 09/15 The Record-Eagle