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In a move to address the pressing issue of heating efficiency in Lincoln, Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird announced today that a total of 176 households have already taken part in the residential heat pump incentive program initiated by the City earlier this year. The program, which kicked off in January, aims to encourage residents to transition to more energy-efficient heating systems while also substantially reducing their utility costs.With $245,000 still up for grabs through the program - including a dedicated $129,000 specifically earmarked for low-income residents - city officials are urging individuals to seize this opportunity before it's too late. By making the switch to heat pumps, residents not only stand to benefit from enhanced heating capabilities in their homes but also contribute to creating a more sustainable and environmentally friendly community in Lincoln.The success of the residential heat pump incentive program underscores the community's commitment to energy efficiency and the overall well-being of its residents. With funds still available, there is a clear opportunity for more households in Lincoln to make the shift to greener heating solutions and reap the long-term benefits that come with it. As we navigate the challenges of climate change and rising energy costs, initiatives like this serve as a beacon of hope, demonstrating that small changes at the local level can have a significant impact in creating a more sustainable future.


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