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It’s tempting to blast the air conditioner during the sweltering summer months, but high energy bills can put a financial strain on your budget. Reducing your electric bill while battling summer heat is a challenge many face during this time of year. However, it is possible to have a cool, comfortable home and manageable utility fees at the same time. Follow these tips to beat the heat and save money this summer:

Looking for more ways to put money back in your pocket? Rebates and incentives are available to people who make their homes more energy efficient. By using these simple energy saving solutions, you shouldn’t have to make the choice between saving money and staying cool this summer.

Join the conversation: Tweet @MassGov with your tips for saving money and energy in the heat. 

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