KANSAS CITY, Mo. - You don't have to shiver in the winter or sweat in the summer.
A new program is offering Kansas City homeowners incentives to make their homes energy efficient.
EnergyWorks KC presented one local woman with a $900 dollar check to help pay for her improvements.
Linda Hyrne said the process of getting a full analysis on her home was quick and easy.
"It also identified potential hazards and health issues that I was not aware of which was just as equally informative so with that process and that knowledge. I can leave here today feeling better and feel more optimistic on going forward with making my house green and energy efficient,” said homeowner Linda Hyrne.
The program is funded by a $20 million dollar grant from the Department of Energy.
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