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ENERGY SAVING TIPS


VVEC Board of Trustees District 1 - Jim Brackett, 720-4531 District 2 - Jack Bogart, 371-9587 District 3 - Vernon Lewis, 341-5225 District 4 - John Hibdon, 847-2320 District 5 - Jimmy Lambert, 760-7029 District 6 - Dennis Lenox, 289-5961 District 7 - Charles Huerter, 333-3107 District 8 - Ken Howard, 724-9965 District 9 - Buddy McCarty, 272-5134 or 272-5364


General Manager - Alice Houston


VVEC Headquarters 8901 E. 146th Street N., Collinsville


Mailing address P.O. Box 219, Collinsville, OK 74021 Phone number


918-371-2584 or 1-800-870-5948 2τFH KRXUV


7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Mon.-Fri. Editor - Laura Araujo


99(& RIÀFHV ZLOO EH FORVHG )ULGD\ December 23, Monday, December 26 and Monday, January 2. Please call 918-371-2584 or 800-870-5948 if you need to report an outage.


Winter Residential Rates


October through March usage, November through April billing


Customer Charge $30.00 Energy Charge$.07772/kWh


A power cost adjustment (PCA) will be applied to all bills when the actual cost of power purchased exceeds or is less than 59.87 mills per kWh.


In addition, a gross receipts tax of 2 percent of revenue will be included, plus additional taxes if applicable.


This institution is an equal oppor- tunity provider and employer.


2 December 2016 VVEC Power Circuit Continued from Page 1


Take advantage of sunlight Open your curtains during the day to allow sunlight to naturally heat your home, and close them at night to reduce the chill from cold windows.


Install a storm door


A storm door and storm windows provide another barrier between indoors and outdoors, espe- cially when cold winter winds are blowing.


Add insulation Heat loss through the ceiling and walls in your home could be very large if insulation levels are less than the recommended minimum. Given today’s energy prices—and future prices that will probably be higher—your insulation might be inadequate, especially if you have an older home.





Electric bills can increase during the winter for a variety of reasons––holiday gather- ings, houseguests, and short- er days and longer nights. Small measures, like turning down your thermostat, replac- ing incandescent bulbs with LEDs and washing clothes in cold water can help control energy costs.


Source: cooperative.com


Find and seal air leaks Check areas near pipes, gaps around chimneys, cracks near doors and windows and any \UÄUPZOLK WSHJLZ (KK JH\SR VY weather stripping where needed.


Energy savings information cour- tesy of NRECA’s Straight Talk.


What to do if your power goes off


1. Check your fuses or circuit breakers. Every service is different. You may have fuses or circuit breakers in your house, on the side of your house, under your meter, or all three places. Check to see if your neighbors have electricity.


2. Call the Co-op at 371-2584, or 1-800- 870-5948 if the call is long distance for you. Have your account number, name as it appears on the account, and ad- dress handy to give to the dispatcher. If \RX VKRXOG JHW D UHFRUGLQJ SOHDVH GRQ·W hang up; leave your information. It will be retrieved and given to the correct depart- ment. Every message is answered.


Power Circuit is published monthly by Verdigris Valley Electric Cooperative, Collinsville, Oklahoma (ISSN 10884378) for its members in Tulsa, Rogers, Washington, Nowata and Osage counties. 7LYPVKPJHS WVZ[HNL WHPK H[ ;\SZH 6RSHOVTH HUK V[OLY HKKP[PVUHS THPSPUN VᄗJLZ :\IZJYPW[PVU price is $0.19 per month. POSTMASTER - send address changes to Power Circuit, P.O. Box 219, Collinsville, OK 74021.


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