Summer forecast predicts hotter than normal conditions. With temperatures rising, air conditioners are kicking on causing higher electricity use. That translates to higher electric bills. Tri-County Electric Cooperative (TCEC) reminds members the cooperative has tools to help members monitor their energy use and find energy saving tips.
“We have not changed our rates,” said Zac Perkins, TCEC chief executive officer. “The biggest factor affecting a member’s bill is how much electricity they use and we’re here to help them manage that if they like.”