Duke Energy kicks off energy efficiency program in Greensboro

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GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Up to 1,700 households in Greensboro are eligible for an energy makeover, courtesy of Duke Energy Carolinas.

Crews will be in town through mid-July giving free assessments on homes, offering energy saving techniques, making repairs and and installing products worth up to $210.

The program targets neighborhoods where approximately 50 percent of residents are classified as low-income based on federal and state levels.

The Greensboro Residential Neighborhood Program is targeting homes and apartments within the following boundaries:

  • North through East Lee Street;
  • West through South Elm Street turning into Burtner Street, then Vance Street;
  • South through East Florida Street; and
  • East through O’Henry Boulevard.

Last year Duke Energy serviced 1,200 households in the Warnersville community.

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