Saturday, March 27, 2010

Dominion will offer rebates for energy efficiency, pass cost to all customers

Dominion Virginia Power has won state regulators' approval for five energy-efficiency programs that will cost the company $28.1 million. The programs will be paid for with additional charges to customers' monthly bills. Starting May 1, residential customers using 1,000 kilowatt hours per month will pay about 52 cents more.

Homeowners will be able to collect rebates for buying energy-efficient lighting. Households with low incomes can apply for free energy audits and home improvements.

Read more at The Virginian-Pilot....
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