SPARTANBURG — Lockhart Power Company and its parent company, Pacolet Milliken Enterprises, Inc., announce the debut of the power company’s completely redesigned website, www.lockhartpower.com. The website revamp comes at the end of a full rebranding process which included the development of a new logo and color scheme.
“Lockhart Power celebrated its 100th year of service in 2012, and we decided to ring in our second century with a more functional and professional design to better reflect our legacy of great customer service,” said Bryan Stone, Chief Operating Officer of Lockhart Power Company. “We’ve spent the past year celebrating our centennial by giving back to our community, sponsoring area festivals and events, and planting 100 trees in our service area. In addition to beautifying our community, we thought it was time to give our website a facelift as well.”
The background of the new website features water to represent the rivers that originally powered all of the power company’s operations. Today Lockhart Power uses landfill gas generated power in addition to hydroelectric generation to produce almost 100 percent of their generation from renewable resources.
About Lockhart Power Company
Lockhart Power Company is an investor-owned public utility servicing the Upstate of South Carolina, with 99 percent of its power generated from renewable sources. Lockhart Power provides reliable and cost-effective electric service to its retail and wholesale customers, while also providing renewable energy to the City of Columbia and Duke Energy Carolinas.
About Pacolet Milliken Enterprises, Inc.
Pacolet Milliken Enterprises, Inc. is a private, family-owned investment company founded in 2007 by Roger Milliken of Milliken & Company with the forward-looking mandate to preserve and grow its assets with a bias for quality and a multi-generational outlook. Pacolet Milliken’s four business units consist of energy and infrastructure; income property in world capital cities; income property in the Southeast United States; and undeveloped land and forestry. For more information, please visit www.pacoletmilliken.com.