Atlantic City Electric has proposed a collection of energy efficiency programs intended to provide customers with the tools they need to save money, according to a news release from the company.
In a proposal to the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, the company outlined plans to provide residential and business customers with no-cost energy assessments, an array of incentives for energy efficiency upgrades, rebates on energy-efficient products and other offerings to help them use less energy.
In total, Atlantic City Electric’s proposed programs are expected to save customers, residential and commercial alike, more than $550 million, according to a statement from the company.
“We cannot achieve a clean-energy future without robust energy efficiency offerings that help all our customers save money and energy,” said Gary Stockbridge, Atlantic City Electric region president, in a statement. “With cost-effective energy efficiency programs, all our customers benefit. Not only will customers have numerous opportunities to save money, but we can also create clean, sustainable jobs, help improve equity in our communities, combat the effects of climate change and improve air quality in our neighborhoods.”
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