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The forecasted fuel costs for this summer will depend on four factors: 1) The price of natural gas, which has been in the range of $2.50 per million British Thermal Units (MMBtu) and is expected to remain there for at least the near term. (In 2008, they reached $14 per MMBtu.) 2) The availability of coal-fired power plants, which still produce the lowest cost base-load generation,(power that is available 24/7). 3) The weather, which determines demand for electricity. If it is a very hot summer, like last year, our power sup- pliers will have to turn to more expensive generators to meet energy demand. 4) Wholesale power market prices.


We are pleased to bear the good news of this positive outlook. We will continue to keep you informed about the fac- tors that make up your electric bill and will keep working hard to keep them as low as possible while still providing you with reliable and affordable power.


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PrePay Energy Billing - Your Bill. Your Terms.


new option for you to pay your electric bill is now available. PrePay Metering lets you pay for electricity how and when you choose to - like buying groceries or gasoline.


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Purchasing electricity before you use it lets you control your budget and pay the amount you want to pay when you want to pay it. Instead of the typical monthly bill, your usage and balance are calculated on a daily basis. You can track your own usage by phone or online at . This site gives you the ability to monitor daily temperatures as well as your daily energy usage. By adjusting habits or appliance operation, you can save money and make a positive impact on the environment, and its all free!


Electricity can be purchased over the phone, online or at one of our PaySite Kiosks. When your account is running low, you will receive an alert by phone, text or e-mail, (whichever you prefer) to let you know that it is time to recharge your account. If the funds in your account run out, your electrical service will be automatically disconnected. Your account can be recharged anytime day or night and service will automatically be restored within 30 minutes. If your power is not restored within one hour, please call our  deposits, no late fees and no disconnection or reconnection charges.


All single-phase, non-demand residential accounts qualify for PrePay Metering. A new member simply purchases a minimum of $20.00 in energy - that’s it! Existing members with traditional accounts may convert to PrePay Metering at any time. If you decide that PrePay Metering is not for you, it’s easy to return to a traditional account, although any required deposits must be paid at that time.


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Your bill - Your terms!


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