For immediate release - August 15, 2012
Learn How to Beat the Peak with Leesburg’s New Electric Improvements
The City of Leesburg is helping electric customers to beat the peak by saving energy and reducing monthly power bills.
New electric utility upgrades soon will provide each city customer with more information about their energy usage. That can help them to curb demands during peak periods, when it costs the most for many utilities to provide electricity.
Leesburg is a progressive city of more than 20,000 residents in northwest Lake County. The city government serves twice as many people with its electric, gas, water, wastewater and fiber-optic public utilities. Leesburg also is a central hub for commerce, attracting 50,000 people to work each weekday.
Leesburg will host a public meeting to explain the program for customers in the Silver Lake area at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 22, in the Magnolia Room at Lake-Sumter Community College, 9501 U.S. Highway 441 in Leesburg. For more information, contact Robert Sargent at (352) 728-9721 or at firstname.lastname@example.org