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Grant for going green

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  Thanks to its clean-energy efforts, Hanover is getting green for going green. One of 20 communities in Massachusetts to be awarded a state grant, the town has received nearly $200,000 for energy-efficiency improvements at the Cedar Elementary School and other community buildings. There are 110 “green” communities throughout the state. “The projects funded through this new grant round will help them to make further progress toward energy independence while locking in long-term savings for local taxpayers,” state Department of Energy Resources Commissioner Mark Sylvia  said in a statement.

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