At the October 2014 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 Feb. 2015 bills. To find out how much of a change you may see, please check our 2015 Rate Calculator. You will need a copy of a past electric bill to help answer the prompts as you begin.
Have you ever wondered how many people are out of power whenever you are? Please check out our Outage Map to see how many people are out of power. The numbers reflected on the map are based upon the phone calls we have received and some LIMITED prediction capabilities in our Outage Management System. Please do not assume we know you are out of power, and call us at 1-800-526-7282 to report your outage!!
Visit the Cooperative Action Network or watch this message from The Association of Illinois Electric Cooperatives to learn more about the current and proposed laws and regulations that could effect the cost of your electricity. You can also send a message via Action.coop to the government asking them to withdraw their proposal and work with electric cooperatives on a common sense solution that balances energy needs and environmental concerns.
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