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Dominion Energy program to help Saluda customers save energy and money

The Neighborhood Energy Efficiency Program (NEEP) provides income-qualified customers with energy-saving services.

CAYCE, South Carolina — Dominion Energy announced that it will offer customers who reside in the Saluda area a program that will provide free energy-efficiency assessments and improvements along with other energy-saving products. 

The Neighborhood Energy Efficiency Program (NEEP) is set to offer about 2,000 income-qualified Saluda customers products and services to conserve energy.  The program is scheduled to be in Saluda through April.

Residents were able to receive information on how to participate in the program in January and instillations started in homes earlier in February. 

Some of the program's energy-saving products that are available to residents who qualify are:

  •  LED light bulbs
  •  Faucet aerators
  •  Low-flow showerheads
  •  Electric water heater wraps and insulation for water pipes
  •  Weather-stripping for doors and windows
  •  Advanced power strips
  •  Adjustment of electric water heater temperature
  •  Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning filter replacement

“Actively working with our customers in their communities and providing education empowers them to make informed decisions about how they use energy,” said Gerald Freeman, program manager of South Carolina’s NEEP in a release. “We’re excited to work with our Saluda area customers to help them save money and create a more energy-efficient community.”

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