ATLANTA, March 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Georgia Power is offering its customers another option for saving money and energy by introducing retail lighting incentives at participating Walmart stores throughout the state. Customers will receive a 30 percent to 60 percent discount on the purchase of select ENERGY STAR® certified compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs). There is no coupon required and customers will receive immediate savings at the register.
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"We see tremendous value in helping our customers use energy more efficiently," said Michele Wagner, Georgia Power's energy efficiency director. "Offering this incentive at Walmart stores will enable a larger number of our customers to receive savings at the point of purchase in addition to receiving ongoing energy cost reductions when lighting their homes."
ENERGY STAR certified CFLs provide bright warm light, while using 75 percent less energy than standard incandescent lighting. Special pricing is also available on a variety of wattages and color temperatures.
The incentive, offered through the company's EarthCents Lighting Program, will be available throughout 2013. Customers can also take advantage of discounts on select packages of CFLs at participating *Costco, The Home Depot, Lowe's, and *Sam's Club stores, while supplies last. For a complete list of participating retail locations visit georgiapower.com/lighting.
The Lighting Program is a part of Georgia Power's EarthCents initiative, which offers residential and business customers a portfolio of energy efficiency programs to help them save money, use energy efficiently and help the environment. For details on additional money- and energy-saving programs, visit georgiapower.com/earthcents.
Georgia Power is the largest subsidiary of Southern Company, one of the nation's largest generators of electricity. The company is an investor-owned, tax-paying utility with rates below the national average. Georgia Power serves 2.4 million customers in all but four of Georgia's 159 counties.
SOURCE Georgia Power