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Permalink 11/10/09 at 06:44:37 am, by Ed, 189 words   English (US)
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Along with my electricity bill came this pamphlet titled, "Decisions Decisions". Somewhat of a vague description for a pamphlet, and my electric company has no business even thinking about 96% of the things that title could cover.

But when you got to the inside, it's specifically about energy efficiency improvements around the home. Specifically, ones they are willing to provide for the low, low price of blah, blah, blah.

But you I can Take Action! If I'm ready to make multiple improvements, I can Sign Up For The Home Performance With ENERGY STAR Program.

And do you know what I'll get if I complete five or more improvements (three required, and at least two optional)? Well, let me tell you:

Up to $640 or more in rebates!

That's right, up to, or more than, $640. Sorta covers the whole range, doesn't it? Really, what they're saying is:

$0 or more in rebates!

Which I will admit does not sound so enticing. But when I can get at most $640 or more, that doesn't really convince me that you're going to give me anything useful.

So, decisions, decisions. I think I'll take the "or more".

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