Toyota Manufacturing, Joe Holland and Center Hardwood in St. Albans have worked with the commercial program.
Toyota changed its lighting system and installed T5 florescent lights, Fawcett said. The new lights allowed for the company to install motion censors that would turn the lights off when no one is in the area.
Fawcett said the GridSMART and HomeSMART programs are expanding.
New rebates will be available for commercial customers using high efficiency cooking equipment. Those commercial customers with special processes would be able to work with Appalachian Power on ways to reduce energy usage and provide incentives.
HomeSMART will offer an extension of its free, in-home estimates. Customers may opt to pay $50 for an audit that will include an air seal inspection.
"We are pleased with the program's results so far," Fawcett said.
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