Suffolk Presiding Officer Gregory Hosts Customer Assistance Expo With National Grid & PSEG LI
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By Long Island News & PR
Published: April 13 2017
Event assists income-eligible residents with saving money on their energy bills.
Presiding Officer DuWayne Gregory is pictured alongside representatives from National Grid and PSEG Long Island, as well as members of local civic organizations at a Customer Assistance Expo on Wednesday, April 5 in West Babylon.
Photo by: Office of Presiding Officer DuWayne Gregory.
Amityville, NY - April 13, 2017 - Suffolk County Legislature Presiding Officer DuWayne Gregory recently teamed with National Grid and PSEG Long Island to host a Customer Assistance Expo to assist income-eligible residents with saving money on their energy bills.
The Customer Assistance Expo, held at Brennan High School in West Babylon, gave residents the opportunity to meet with experts from National Grid’s Income Eligible Energy Saving program and PSEG Long Island’s Residential Energy Affordability Partnership program to see if they qualify for free natural gas conversion and other energy efficiency upgrades.
Services and products available to eligible residents free of charge included heating and hot water upgrades from oil to natural gas, energy-efficient light-bulbs and appliances, insulation, and weatherization improvements. Additional Customer Assistance Expos in the area are being planned for the coming months.