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Georgia Power helping customers conserve energy

Audrey King Audrey King
VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) -

Georgia Power is helping it's customers become more energy conscious by offering savings on energy efficient light bulbs throughout the month of April.

"Georgia Power is offering a 25-50 percent savings for compact fluorescent bulbs and LED bulbs at participating Home Depot stores," explained Audrey King, Georgia Power South Region Sales Manager. "We're doing this because we promote energy efficiency. We want customers to be efficient and help them manage their energy costs."

Light bulbs that qualify will have a Georgia Power label on the package and Georgia Power customers will receive the savings when they purchase the light bulbs. Customers are limited to 16 light bulbs per purchase.

Georgia Power customers can also bring their old or broken compact fluorescent light bulbs to the participating Home Depot stores and have the bulbs recycled for free.

This is something that we're moving forward with because we know that there's a need for us to focus on what's best for our customers and we try to deliver that," said King, in reference to the savings being offered on the light bulbs.

For more information on the program, visit www.georgiapower.com/lighting.

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