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Delmarva Power Offers 'Gift of Energy' Program

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SALISBURY, Md.- Delmarva Power says it is offering a "gift of energy" program to help customers who need help paying their energy bills.

To give a gift through the program, visit a Delmarva Power office in Wilmington, Newark or Millsboro and give a company representative the name and address of the person for whom you're buying the "gift of energy." Delmarva Power says you can then make a payment on that person's account.
You can also access the program online at http://www.delmarva.com/contact/, according to the utility. There is a "gift of energy" form online. Once submitted, a Delmarva Power representative will contact you.

According to Delmarva Power, the program started in 2008. Since then, nearly $50,000 in gifts have been made to help pay customer bills.

 

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