Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014
SOUTH CAROLINA (WRDW) -- Record cold temperatures across South Carolina led SCE&G electric customers to set a new record for power usage in a single day, according to a release.
On Tuesday, customers consumed 101,118 megawatt hours of electricity over the 24-hour period. The previous high mark of 98,785 megawatt hours was set Aug. 10, 2007.
With high usage, that possibly means higher bills. Here's some advice from the company:
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