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KAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE BLACKWELL, OKLAHOMA


A Touchstone Energy Cooperative


KEC’s Residential Generator Program Whole-home generator installs available


Major storm outages such as those resulting from ice, tornado, flooding and other causes, can be both physically and financially devastating to homeowners. Being out of power for time periods that exceed 24 hours, can lead to major losses in freezers and refrigerators and other out of pocket expenses.


How does it work? If you allow KEC to run your generator during the peak hours of the year, you will receive a lower residential rate. In other words, it saves KEC and you , the member-owner, elec- trical costs. The home owner will incur fuel cost to operate the generator during peak. This cost is clearly covered by your new rate. Couple the electricity savings with the savings you get when you save that freezer of beef and vegetables, and


now you have a pretty good investment on your hands.


The new residential load control rate (generator) will be given to the member all year round. A Demand Response Unit (DRU) will be installed on the generator’s transfer switch, thus allowing KEC to control the load during peak times. The mem- ber will know when a peak is called and how long their generator will be running.


If you would like to reduce your electricity costs and ensure complete peace of mind with power reliability, give us a call today. Austin Partida, Tom Gleason and Cyndi Mitchell are ready to help you determine if the time is right. Ask for any of them at 1-800-535-1079.


Generac Guardian Series Generators


Generator Financing Available at


5% for 60 months


$2500 upfront cost Install/labor (Base Cost)


Save 20% to 30% on current bill


Electrical Reliability


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