At the April, 2018 Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, the board voted to amend CCEC’s Line Extension/Relocation, New/Temporary Service Policy 102 with all changes effective July 1, 2018. Policy 102 establishes the costs, as well as the terms and conditions for new services, service upgrades and line relocations.
If you are thinking about installing a new service or making changes to an existing service, please contact the cooperative office, Monday thru Friday from 7a.m. to 4 p.m at 800-526-7282. Our Engineering & Operations Department can provide information on the policy changes and answer any questions you may have. Policy 102 can be viewed here.
At the Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees on April 24, 2018, the board approved a change to CCEC’s high efficiency heating and cooling program.
Effective with the August 2018 electric consumption, members with a geothermal system or high efficiency air to air heat pump will receive a $7.50 monthly bill credit. This will take the place of the discounted heating and cooling kilowatt hours currently being registered through your second meter and eliminate the monthly $4.00 System Delivery Charge for that second meter.
To learn more about this change, please see the July Illinois Country Living magazine or contact the cooperative office, Monday thru Friday from 7a.m. to 4 p.m at 800-526-7282.
Throughout the year, trees will be trimmed and right-of-ways will be mowed and/or sprayed in areas served by our Bartleso, Ferrin, and Old State 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 Shattuc I and Keyesport Substations. Osmose will probably start their work in February and should be done sometime during the spring of 2019.
The links above will direct you to detailed maps of the areas.
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