Duke Energy offers low- to no-cost do-it-yourself tips, projects to prepare for summer’s heat, lower your energy usage. Energy-saving programs, tools, guidance available to track, manage energy use and bills during summer’s high temperatures.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Summer means rising temperatures, and Duke Energy is helping customers save with easy, low- to no-cost do-it-yourself projects and tips to prepare for summer’s heat.
“We typically see energy use spike in the summer since air conditioning is one of the biggest energy users in your home,” said Barbara Higgins, Duke Energy senior vice president and chief customer officer. “We offer free programs, tools and tips to help customers track and manage their energy use, so they can take control