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Billing Statement

Charges

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Late Fee:1.5% of the unpaid balance each month will be added to your bill.

Facility Charge: $15.00

Energy Charge:

  • First 300 KWH @ 8.5¢/KWH
  • Next 700 KWH @ 7.5¢/KWH
  • Over 1000 KWH @ 5.2¢/KWH

Power Cost Adjustment (PCA)

In January 2007, Your Cooperative instituted a Power Cost Adjustment (PCA) as a way to adjust its rates to reflect the changes in the cost of the power it purchases from L & O Power Cooperative (L & O). L & O purchases bulk power from the Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) and Basin Electric Power Cooperative (Basin Electric).  The first PCA was included on the March 2007 bills.

The PCA rates for 2017 have been calculated. The 2017 PCA rate for regular energy will be $0.03711 per kWh compared to the 2016 PCA of $0.03899 per kWh. The farm and residential rate cost for 1,000 kWh will be $1.88 less in 2017 over 2016 costs after the mid-year rate increase. The Base Year or year this calculation is based on was 2006.

There will be no change in the PCA rate for dual fuel and electric heat in 2017.  The 2016 PCA for dual fuel and electric heat will be $0.01450 per kWh. The Base Year is 2006.

The 2017 PCA rate for energy used in the Casino Resort rate will be $0.02574 compared to the 2016 PCA of $0.02648.  The cost for 1,000 kWh will be $0.74 less in 2017 over 2016 costs after the mid-year rate increase. The Base Year is 2010.

Additionally, a correction factor or true up will be included to account for the difference between the estimated and actual cost of Energy Efficiency Programs for the previous year.

The EEAC for 2017 is:

  • Farm and Residential Members - 1.36% of Total Revenue
  • Small and Large Commercial Members - 0.72% of Total Revenue
  • Electric Heat / Dual Fuel - 1.36% of Total Revenue
  • Public Buildings - 0.00% of Total Revenue
  • Casino Resort - 0.00% of Total Revenue

What if You Didn't Get a Bill?

Occasionally members report that they did not receive their electric bill, or they have misplaced it. Should this happen to you, please contact our office and we will tell you the amount due or send you a duplicate bill.

Failure to receive a bill does not relieve one of the responsibility of paying on time. Meters are read on the 1st of the month and billing statements are printed and mailed on or before the 10th of each month. If you have not received a statement by the 15th of the month be sure to give us a call
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