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Get in the game with SmartHub SmartHub is available in both


PEC off ers the latest technology to help you manage your electric account 24/7 by computer or smartphone with a free online application called SmartHub.


With SmartHub, you can: • make a payment • check your electric usage • notify customer service of account issues


• receive email or text alerts


• communicate directly with the cooperative


• turn off your paper statement •


read current and past editions of this newsletter


Click “Pay Your Bill Online” www. PeoplesElectric.coop


Members with smartphones or tablet devices can download the SmartHub app from iTunes or the Android Marketplace. (Use search term “NISC SmartHub”.)


Team Up for holiday hoops


Don’t miss your chance to enjoy college basketball in OKC’s Bricktown at this year’s Oklahoma City All-College Classic on December 14, 2013.


One lucky PEC member who takes advantage of a featured monthly


Team Up product during September or October will win an exciting OKC Bricktown basketball package which includes game tickets to the 78th edition of the All-College Classic, featuring NCAA Division I men and women’s basketball. Get entered this month by either creating your online SmartHub account and/or taking advantage of Paperless Billing. Drawing will take place on November 1, 2013.


In addition to being entered to win the Holiday Hoops giveaway, members who join a qualifying Team Up product will also receive a free Team Up CFL light bulb shaped night light and two (2) 60 watt compact fl uorescent lights.


Questions? Contact PEC’s Customer Service department at toll-free 1-877-456-3031 or (580) 332-3031 (Ada area).


2 | October 2013 Fresh caulk takes several hours,


or longer, to dry, so it’s best to do the job on a dry day when humidity is relatively low and the temperature is above 45 degrees F. In addition to caulk, you can use low-expansion spray foam to seal leaks.


0242702400 For other tips on how to save


energy—and money—visit www.energysavers.gov or www. PeoplesElectric.coop/waystosave.


mobile apps and a web version to give members secure access whether at home, at work, or on the go.


1042601700 SmartHub is easy to navigate.


It’s simple and quick to make a payment or view your daily meter usage. You can compare bills and fi nd out what day of the week you typically use the most electricity.


Click “Pay Your Bill Online” at


www.PeoplesElectric.coop and Go Paperless this month to receive a $5 credit on your next electric bill.


Caulk up the savings


Finding and sealing air leaks can save you energy and money. Here’s a tip from PEC that can help keep your home cooler in summer and warmer in winter while lowering your utility bills.


Caulking cracks and openings


can provide noticable savings. Find cracks by waiting for a windy day and then carefully holding a lit incense stick or a smoke pen next to your windows, doors, electrical outlets, and other spots where outside air may infi ltrate. If the smoke stream moves horizontally, you’ve found a leak that needs to be sealed.


Experts recommend using


waterproof, fl exible, and long- lasting silicone caulk to seal cracks and gaps that are less than one- quarter-inch wide. Remove any old caulk and clean the surface before applying new caulk.


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