As a consumer, you know how to make smart energy choices that help save you money. But did you know that when you use electricity is just as important as how much you use? Watch this quick video to learn about time of use.
An electric cooperative is a private, not-for-profit company whose purpose is to deliver electricity to its customers or members. As a cooperative, they are required to fulfill two requirements including reinvesting revenue into their service area communities through stable rates and infrastructure or returning it to members through patronage capital. Cooperatives are also required to operate using a model of democracy.