As the streak of mid-90s temperatures continues in North Carolina and South Carolina, Duke Energy is providing free tools and tips to help customers save energy – and money – as the region’s heat wave lingers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Duke Energy’s system is performing well and, as always, the company is monitoring its power plants, power lines and other equipment to help ensure customers receive reliable service during the extended hot-weather period.
Low- to no-cost summer energy efficiency tips
High temperatures can lead to higher energy bills as Duke Energy customers try to stay cool. Below are some tips to help manage your energy use.