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St. Lucie County, FL, December 3, 2014 –

Energy efficiency is often presented as cost-prohibitive, but advocates insist the claim is propaganda. Take, for example, Doug Coward’s Solar and Energy Loan Fund (SELF) based in Port St. Lucie County.

Low cost loans available to improve energy efficiency at PSL homes, businesses

Posted: Oct. 31, 2014

Anthony Westbury
4:00 AM, Jul 25, 2014
anthony westbury | st lucie county

What do 117 strangers in 11 countries on five continents, and 29 states in this country, have in common?

In the space of less than a week, they banded together to lend two Treasure Coast women they’ve never met enough money to buy $12,000 worth of new air conditioning equipment.

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  • @SolarEnergyLoan We are asking for donations to families whose main provider died in action in 2014 so they can have X-Mas help @Donate_Here 6 days 1 hour ago
  • Excited to be part of it! RT @WESH Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer announces goals for downtown Orlando for next decade 6 days 1 hour ago