Published on Monday June 6, 2011 10:56 AM By Carl MacGowan
The burgeoning effort to create more energy-efficient houses has taken hold on Long Island, leaders of the “green
homes” movement said at a gathering in Melville on Friday.
At the meeting of the Long Island Green Homes Consortium, officials touted programs to provide free or low-cost energy audits of existing homes and affordable financing for renovations that help homeowners…
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