Dominion Energy to hold community meet and greet in Charleston

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CHARLESTON, SC (WCBD) – Dominion Energy is planning to speak with members of the community during a meet and greet session next week.

The community-wide event is aimed at answering questions related to the merger with SCANA and customer benefits.

In a press release Monday, the utility provider said guests can enjoy light refreshments as they learn more about how Dominion Energy will provide safe and reliable energy to the Palmetto State.

“Under the approved plan developed by Dominion Energy that focuses on long-term bill relief instead of a one-time cash payment, the company is providing $4.5 billion in benefits to SCE&G electric customers,” the company said. “The result is typical SCE&G residential electric customer bills that are approximately $125 per month, which is near the regional average and well below the national average.”

The community meet and greet will happen Monday, February 25th from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at The Schoolhouse (720 Magnolia Road) in Charleston.

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