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Central Electric Cooperative, Parker, PA


Dear Central Electric Cooperative Member, 

Safety is the culture of Central Electric Cooperative (CEC). In an effort to protect one another from contracting and spreading COVID-19, CEC has regretfully decided to cancel their traditional annual meeting and member appreciation event at Whitehall Camp and Conference Center in Emlenton. However, the director election and a nonpublic, annual business meeting will still take place. 

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Heating and cooling costs account for around half of a user’s energy bill according to the U.S. Department of Energy. So when it comes to reducing energy use and cutting home energy costs, the most impact can be made by programming the thermostat. The right thermostat settings could yield energy savings of 8-15%, and new technology is making it easier than ever to achieve those settings. Learn more about the most popular smart thermostat options.

June 1 marks the beginning of Peak Alert season for Central Electric Cooperative (CEC) members. Radio and website announcements will be issued when electric demand is highest on hot, humid weekday afternoons. 

By decreasing electricity used during high-demand periods -- when prices are at their highest -- everyone can help stabilize future power costs for all members. 

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Do you notice frequent dimming lights, tripped breakers, warm-to-the-touch light switches, discolored or loose outlets in your home? It may be time for an upgrade or some repairs!

Your home's electrical system is utilized constantly and should be cared for. If you experience issues or it has been decades since the last time an electrician inspected the system, give your home's electrical system some attention.

link to SmartHubCEC works hard to improve system reliability and keep the lights on, but we all know power outages happen.


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