CVS has launched its first energy-saving program.
The pharmacy chain’s new “voltage reduction” product reduces the cost of your electric bill by 10%.
It’s the latest move by the pharmacy giant, which has also been making moves to offer lower prices and offer more of its own products, including its own branded products.
This year, CVS will sell more than 1,300 different products, and its Voltage Reduction program will provide consumers with a 10% savings.
The company says its new product reduces energy costs by up to 10% when used with the company’s Voltage Charging Kit, which is available at CVS stores nationwide.
The Voltage Reduced Energy product uses CVS’ proprietary CVS-brand rechargeable battery and can be used for 10 hours with a charge.
It also comes with a 12-month guarantee.
The Voltage reduction product can be found on CVS.com and at CVs stores.
It’s priced at $14.99 per month, or $29.99 with a 24-month contract.
For more information, check out CVS VoltageReduction.com.
“We know that when we offer the highest value products, we can bring in more customers and we are always looking for ways to help customers save money,” said CVS President and CEO Dan Osterman.
“Voltage Reduced is a great example of that.
It will reduce the cost for consumers, helping us continue to be a leading energy efficiency company.”
Voltages program will include its Voltages Charge Kit, a rechargeable 12-pack of the CVS Charge Pack that is available in CVS Supercenters, CVC Supercenter and CVS Pharmacy.
It is available to purchase at CVC, CVA, CTV, CTS, CUB, CVM and CVR stores nationwide, and will be available to all customers by the end of March.