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  • Bradenton resident receives energy-efficient makeover

    Teondra Mathews received an energy-efficiency makeover at her home in Bradenton on Wednesday. Florida Power & Light provides the makeovers free of charge as a part of the company's Power to Save program.

Teondra Mathews received an energy-efficiency makeover at her home in Bradenton on Wednesday. Florida Power & Light provides the makeovers free of charge as a part of the company's Power to Save program. Janelle O'Dea Bradenton Herald
Teondra Mathews received an energy-efficiency makeover at her home in Bradenton on Wednesday. Florida Power & Light provides the makeovers free of charge as a part of the company's Power to Save program. Janelle O'Dea Bradenton Herald

Energy-efficient makeovers help low-income residents save on their power bills

April 26, 2017 4:10 PM