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LIVEWIRE | SEPTEMBER 2016 | PAGE 3


BOARD DISTRICTS COLORADO Elkhart Kenton


Cimarron County


2 Boise City Felt Keyes 6 5


Texas County


OKLAHOMA Goodwell Texhoma


1 Kerrick TEXAS Hitchland


Hansford County


Straight Hough Optima Guymon 7 3 Adams Hardesty 8


Bryan’s Corner


4 Tyrone Hooker


Beaver County


KANSAS


District 2 Trustee: Erwin Elms


Forgan Beaver


9 Balko Elmwood Perryton


District 8 Trustee: Cletus Carter


District 6 Trustee: Larry Dunn


2016 District Meeting Results M


eetings were held for TCEC members in districts 2, 6 and 8 on July 25, July 26 and on Aug. 2, respectively. The meetings did not have a quorum and the TCEC Bylaws provide that the trustee serving the district shall be declared the trustee from that district until such time he is replaced in accordance with the Bylaws. The incumbents were the only members fi ling for their respective districts and will continue to represent their district.


Average Prices for Residential Electricity 2014 figures, in cents per kWh


WA 8.7¢


10.5¢ 12.9¢ 16.3¢ 11.9¢ AZ CA NV 10.7¢ UT 12.2¢ 12.3¢ 11.9¢ 19.1¢ 37.0¢ 37.0¢ HI AK TX NM CO OR 9.7¢ ID 10.5¢ WY 10.2¢ MT


ND 9.2¢


10.5¢ NE


SD 10.4¢ 12.2¢ 10.0¢ OK KS


U.S. Average: 12.5¢ per kWh ME


12.0¢ IA


MN 13.7¢ 11.2¢


10.6¢ AR


9.5¢


LA 11.3¢ 9.6¢


MO MS 11.5¢


10.3¢ AL


TN 11.7¢ 11.9¢


Residential Average Price (cents per kilowatt-hour)


Under 10 ¢ 10¢ to 12.5¢


Over 12.5¢


Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration Numbers rounded to nearest tenth of a cent Updated May 2016


FL GA 12.0¢ 11.5¢ IL WI


14.5¢ IN


MI


VT: 17.5¢ NH: 17.5¢ MA: 17.4¢ RI: 17.2¢ CT: 19.8¢


12.5¢ 10.2¢ KY OH


WV 9.3¢


20.1¢ 13.3¢


11.1¢ NC


12.4¢


Even with the Power Cost Adjustment, which varies based on the average cost of power paid to wholesale power suppliers, the total rate per kWh on July residential bills was 9.6 cents per kWh. This is less than the average for Oklahoma, Kansas and many other states.


The leadership team, employees and trustees of TCEC work diligently to off er safe, reliable and aff ordable service to you.


SC


11.1¢ VA


NJ: 15.8¢ DE: 13.3¢ MD: 13.6¢ DC: 12.7¢


PA


TCEC’s current residential rate for electricity is 8.06 cents per kilowatt-hour. Rounded for comparison to the chart at left that would be 8.1 cents per kWh.


NY 15.3¢


How we compare


As an electric cooperative, we’re looking out for you. You are represented on the Board of Trustees by people who live and work in your community. Those trustees set the rates with the best interests of the cooperative and its members in mind.


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