Elizabeth Ouzts of Energy News Network reports on an energy efficiency upgrade program in North Carolina.
- Duke Energy has greenlit a new initiative that see the utility pay the upfront cost of home efficiency upgrades which consumers will reimburse the utility for over time.
- This program will effectively lower the barrier to entry for energy efficiency, which will save ratepayers money and reduce residential emissions.
- Duke will also offer rebates for newly constructed apartments to install energy efficiency technology that tenants will pay back to utility over time.
Read the full aritcle here.