At the July 2016 regular board meeting, the Board of Trustees approved management’s recommendations of continuing the realignment of the Cooperative Rate Schedules.Total revenues received by Clinton County Electric will NOT increase, however, every member will experience a slight change in their monthly billing. Some members will experience a slight increase, whereas, some will experience a slight reduction. The new rates will go into effect for the April 2017 bills. To find out how much of a change you may see, please check our 2017 Rate Calculator. You will need a copy of a past electric bill to help answer the prompts as you begin.
Clinton County Electric is proud to offer yet another customer service enhancement called SmartHub. SmartHub can help you take control of your electric account like never before.
SmartHub has several features that make managing your account as easy as possible. Whether through the web, or your smartphone or tablet (Android or iOS), you’ll be able to pay your bill, view your electricity use, contact customer service and much more.
Throughout the year, trees will be trimmed and right-of-ways will be mowed and/or sprayed in areas served by our Breese, Albers, and Mascoutah Substations by CCEC and/or our contractor: Rensing Tree Service.
CCEC has again contracted with Osmose Utilities Service to inspect and treat (as needed) all electric utility poles served out of the Bartelso Substation. Osmose will probably start their work in late spring and should be done sometime during the summer of 2017.
CCEC has contracted with Badgerland Utility Solutions to inspect all underground electric facilities served by the Albers and Mascoutah substations. Badgerland expects to start their work sometime in the middle of September.
The links above will direct you to detailed maps of the areas.
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