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WRVEC Contact Info
General contact information.
Member name and billing address.
Account number, billing date, bill amount and due date.
General Information and specific messages.
Graph displays usage and demand. Electricity demand is measured in kilowatts (kW) and represents the rate at which electricity is consumed. Electricity usage [or consumption] is measured in kilowatt-hours (kWh) and represents the amount of electricity that has been consumed over a certain time period. Measuring the electricity you use and the rate at which it’s used is how utility companies are billed. Itemizing both measurements on your bill helps give you a better grasp of the electricity you are using and the demand your home or business is putting on the power grid.
Detail of Charges
The service availability charge covers the expenses of maintaining the overall electric system. Operations such as combatting cyber security threats and maintaining poles, wires, substations and co-op equipment takes strategic planning and significant resources. Regardless of how much electricity is used, the cost of delivering power is the same. Under the cooperative model, costs are spread fairly and equitably across all of our members regardless of the level of electricity use. Watch the video below to learn more. The energy charge covers the actual electricity used at each metered location. The current charges are the total of the service availability and energy charges.
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Your current contact information on file.
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Account number, bill amount and due date.
The cost of delivering power is the same regardless of how much electricity is used. The service availability charge covers those costs and they are spread fairly and equitably across all of our members regardless of the level of electricity used. Watch the video to learn more.