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Posted inCLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

Research team goes door-to-door talking to Latino business owners, hoping to identify barriers to energy efficiency and rebates

Utilities in Minnesota offer significant rebates on energy efficient equipment that can lower carbon footprints and save money. But, entrepreneurs like Fatima Landaverde, who owns the Rincon Chalateco restaurant in St. Paul, may face language barriers or be too busy to take advantage.