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CEC Encourages these Payment Options Due to COVID-19

With CEC's reduced office staff due to COVID-19, the following payment options are preferred. 

If you need assistance with making a payment, please click here to contact a Member Services Representative. 

 

 

COVID-19 Resources

As we all deal with the new realities brought on by the coronavirus (or COVID-19), Central Electric Cooperative (CEC) wants to assure you that we are here to help. Early in this crisis, CEC staff updated our Emergency Plan with a special emphasis on ensuring we can continue to provide the reliable electric service you have come to expect from your electric cooperative.

CEC Employees will Continue Maintaining Members' Electric Service

Central Electric Cooperative (CEC) is an essential service provider. CEC will continue to maintain the essential service they provide while adding appropriate protective measures during this unprecedented time. 

CEC Restricting Building Access in Response to COVID-19

In order to maintain the health and safety of members and employees, Central Electric Cooperative (CEC) is restricting access to the office and lobby area to reduce exposure to COVID-19. This is effective immediately and until further notice. 

2020 First Responders' Electrical Hazards Training Postponed

Central Electric Cooperative (CEC) takes the health and safety of our members and employees very seriously.

As a result, CEC is monitoring the COVID-19 virus information recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other official sources on a regular basis.

March 2020 Energy Tips: Dishwashers

 

When it comes to cleaning up in the kitchen, a dishwasher is a big time saver. It will also save you energy and water!

Learn how an Energy Star dishwasher can help you save.

CEC COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Response

Central Electric Cooperative (CEC) takes the health and safety of our members and employees very seriously. As a result, CEC is monitoring the COVID-19 virus information recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other official sources on a regular basis. CEC will update members and employees on any significant developments as they become available.

February Energy Tips: Power Strips

As the number of consumer electronics in our homes grow, many find there just aren't enough outlets for it all. The next time you buy a power strip to provide electricity to more of your devices, consider making an investment in protecting your connected devices and in energy efficiency.

Value of Electricity

While the cost of most goods and services has increased significantly over the years, electricity remains a relative bargain. You may be surprised by the value you receive for your energy dollar.

 

The average homeowner uses about $5 of electricity per day. That is less than the cost of a fast-food meal to keep your lights on, your home at a comfortable temperature, your food fresh and your devices running. Think of electricity as an employee you’re paying pennies an hour to cook your food, wash your clothes and clean your dishes.

 

January 2020 E-Tips: DIY Efficiency Projects

National Cut Your Energy Costs Day: Jan. 10

A New Year brings new opportunities to save energy––and money. You may think energy efficiency upgrades require a great deal of time and expense, but that’s not always the case. Let’s take a look at three inexpensive efficiency upgrades that can help you save energy throughout the year.

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