Monday, February 3, 2014

Program that trains youth, insulates homes reaches milestone while making North Charleston woman more comfortable – The Post and Courier

Posted: Sunday, February 2, 2014 5:09 p.m.
The upgrades were made at no cost to Washington by the Sustainability Institute and a program the nonprofit group runs that trains at-risk youth in efficiency-related home repairs. Washington's home was the 100th one in Charleston and North Charleston to be upgraded through the Energy Conservation Corps initiative.                
 Washington, a disabled 59-year-old who previously worked as a truck driver, cosmetologist and seamstress, said she was paying around $300 a month to heat or cool her modest, 950-square-foot house.

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