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Did You Know we offer Payment Options?
Our Customer Service Representatives can assist you with a variety of payment options. Click on the next button below and see all the ways we have to make your life easier.
Electronic Funds Transfer
Did you know we offer Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)? With EFT, your payment is deducted electronically each month from your checking or savings account and you can experience the convenience of paying your utility bill every month on time. Ask DPU to deduct funds electronically from your bank account and you'll never miss a payment.
Did you know we offer Rebates?
DPU has rebates available to residential customers to help make their home more energy efficient. Rebates apply to residential customers who are installing new natural gas appliances, replacing electric appliances with natural gas or converting existing gas appliances from propane to natural gas.
For over 100 years,
DPU has been committed to maintaining a staff of competent, well-trained employees, dedicated to providing safe, reliable, and economical utility services for our customers. Using FIVE DIVISIONS, Administrative, Electric, Natural Gas, Water, and Wastewater...to achieve ONE GOAL...to provide the level of service that is expected.
Click here to Report a Utility outage or leak online or call our Dispatcher at 803.268.4100
Manage My Account
With DPU's Online payment Services, you have an online tool at your fingertips to help you manage your accounts and pay your utility bills online. View & Pay Bill
Did you know...
Did you know…
An average single family home spends $2,200 on energy annually.
Stock up. Full refrigerators and freezers use less electricity because the items inside help keep the temperature down each time you open the door.
Install low-flow fixtures. Swap out old showerheads and sink faucets for eco-friendly alternatives that can save 25-60% on water usage. With many fixtures running about $10-$20 a pop, that’s a pretty good deal.
Drive to the carwash. You may save gas when you wash your car at home, but you’re wasting water. Washing your car with a hose can use anywhere from 80-140 gallons of water. Car washes typically use significantly less: around 50 gallons.
Saturday, June 1, marks the beginning of hurricane season and the National Hurricane Center wants you to be prepared. Saturday, June 1, marks the beginning of hurricane season and the National Hurricane Center wants you to be prepared.
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Address: 1016 Russell St., Orangeburg, SC 29115
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