With construction activity and outdoor home improvement projects picking up, Piedmont Natural Gas reminds commercial excavators and homeowners alike to call 811 to have pipes and other buried utilities located before they start digging.
Piedmont Natural Gas has filed a request with the North Carolina Utilities Commission for a decrease in customer billing rates that would reduce the average North Carolina residential customer’s monthly bill by about 4 percent, or $2.51.
With this week being the 20th anniversary of National Consumer Protection Week, Piedmont Natural Gas is again taking the opportunity to educate its customers and communities on how to avoid being victims of utility scammers.
Piedmont Natural Gas today announced the opening of a new compressed natural gas refueling station in Fayetteville, N.C. – a sign of growing demand as more companies choose clean, affordable natural gas to fuel their car and truck fleets.
Piedmont Natural Gas has been designated a 2017 Utility Customer Champion, according to a report based on surveys of more than 50,000 customers of the nation’s 130 largest utilities. Piedmont’s score on the index was high enough to place it fourth among all utilities – natural gas and electric – nationwide.
Piedmont Natural Gas will participate in Giving Tuesday Nov. 28 by inviting its customers to support Share the Warmth, a program that helps families in need stay warm when they can’t pay their energy bills.
Nov. 15 marks the second annual Utility Scam Awareness Day, with natural gas and electric utility companies across the United States and Canada joining forces to inform customers and protect them from imposter utility scams.
A dozen cultural and arts nonprofit organizations in North Carolina are receiving $524,500 in grants from the Duke Energy Foundation to support arts appreciation and educational programs that foster community vitality.