Individual households could see bill savings of up to approximately $70 over the course of one year. Customers who receive both electric and natural gas service from Duke Energy may see even higher savings.
With weather forecasters predicting near-zero temperatures and below-zero wind chills in Ohio and Kentucky this week, Duke Energy has tips to keep energy costs under control while keeping you and your family warm.
The Salvation Army received $311,000 from Duke Energy Ohio for the 2019 HeatShare program. The Salvation Army administers the donations made to the program, in collaboration with Duke Energy Ohio, to provide people in need with financial assistance with their utility bills.
Duke Energy today reiterated that help managing energy bills is available for any customer in Ohio and Kentucky who may be experiencing financial hardship, including workers affected by the federal government shutdown, which is moving into its third week.
Duke Energy – a founding member of Utilities United Against Scams – is continuing its efforts to remind customers of the tactics that scammers use to steal money from customers, and to inform them on how they can guard against falling victim to utility imposter scams.