How to Save Money on Your SC Power Bills!

(Last Updated On: November 13, 2018)

The electric bill can be a budget-buster when you’re surviving on a low income. Fortunately, your power company can usually help. There are several unknown or little-advertised programs that power companies may offer that can help lower the cost of your power bill.

Most power companies offer a budget billing plan, which averages the annual cost of electricity in a home and bills the customer in 12 even installments. This can help low-income customers maintain a budget and avert payment problems, especially during the more expensive winter months.

Some companies even offer free energy-efficiency improvements (including free LED light bulbs!), free weatherization upgrades and even payment assistance programs!

Just click the link below to find out what discounts, rebates and other money-saving programs are offered by YOUR local utility company!

Duke Energy

Is your Duke Energy bill too much for you to handle? We found ways to get help paying your bill, lowering the amount you owe in back payments and even making your bill easier to pay throughout the year. Check out budget billing and payment arrangements to get help. Click here.

Edisto Electric

If your Edisto Electric bill is getting out of control, you might be able to find help with the resources we found. You could get help with budget billing, payment arrangments and community resources to pay your bill. See everything we found here.

Laurens Electric Cooperative

Are you a member of Laurens Electric Cooperative? You might have options for paying your bill! You could get help with the bill payments, with arrangements and with budget billing. Members of electric co-ops also get unique benefits like capital credits just for being a member. To see everything we found for Laurens Electric Cooperative, click here.

SCE&G

Don’t let your SCE&G bill continue busting your budget! You have options. We found ways you can lower your bill through their unique programs while also saving money for other expenses. You might also be able to get help using state and community resources. Check out this article for more information.

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