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COMMITMENT VVEC


Employee Honored for Commitment to Community


Don Hutchinson, VVEC Right-of Way Coordinator, was recognized during the annual Collins- ville Chamber of Commerce banquet for commitment to his community. Chamber Presi-


dent Teresa Brown says Hutch was selected for sev- eral reasons. “He has served on the Chamber board for a number of years, where he is an active


member, and has always been willing to volunteer for our events. He cooks the hamburgers and hot dogs at the Chamber’s City Ap- preciation Luncheon in the park for several years now, and it has been hot, but he never complains! He is very recognized in the community and also represents VVEC very well.”


Dates to Remember.....


Youth Tour and Energy Camp essays are due by 4 p.m., Friday March 6. (If taking the Youth Tour test, please contact program coordinator Kay Rabbitt-Brower to schedule a time for the test to be administered.)


Adopt-A-School and Rural Fire Department grant applications are due Wednesday, April 15.


To download an application or entry form, visit our Web site - www.vvec.com - and select the Community Programs tab.


What is the Customer Charge?


When you look at your monthly electric bill you see the cost of the electricity you used during that billing period. There is also another amount that doesn’t change from month to month as your usage does. That is the customer charge. But exactly what is the customer charge? There are costs associat- ed with being able to deliver electric service to a location before even one kiloWatt- hour of electricity is used. This is what is covered by the customer charge. Those include the cost of the meter, wire, poles, and other equipment used to deliver electricity. There are also costs involved with maintaining that location’s equipment, and repairing or replacing it when necessary, and the customer charge covers those.


If you have questions about any charges on your electric bill, please call VVEC’s consumer services representatives at (918) 371-2584. They are avail- able from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.


March 2015 VVEC Power Circuit 3


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