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Help make a difference by


LPSOHPHQWLQJ HQHUJ\ HI¿FLHQW changes in your home or busi- ness. This difference can be even more crucial during times that are considered to be high usage periods – or peak times. By reducing energy usage


in your home during peak load times of the summer months, you can help out your electric cooperative. Peak load times are considered to be between 4 and 6 p.m. on hot summer afternoons. This time frame is typically when people are get- ting home from work, turning up the air conditioner and run- ning other appliances as well. When you conserve energy


during the peak time, you’re helping your cooperative lower its demand. Which means, you’re helping yourself and your neighbors - YOU ARE KAY ELECTRIC.


Ways to get the alert:


Like our page on Facebook to view our daily post Follow us on Twitter


Text KECINFO to 55000 to receive peak alerts


Listen to FM Channels 100.7, 99.3, 107.1, 95.7 & 105.1 and 1120 & 1580 AM Radio Stations this summer


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