PowerMyWay is Craighead Electric’s prepay program that lets you pay for your electricity before you use it, just like you do for many other things in life. You can buy…
Are you tired of fluctuating energy bills that make it hard to budget your expenses? Do you wish you could pay the same amount every month for your electricity, instead…
Conventional wisdom says that if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Yet, every day, solar companies attempt to mislead our members with promises too good to be true.
The Pay by Cash service, provided by Vanilla Direct, is available at dozens of local retail locations. A member wishing to pay with cash provides a barcode at checkout, makes the payment, and receives a receipt. Payment is posted to the member’s account instantly.
While the average residential electric bill will increase by about $14.13, from $112.45 to $126.58, the new rates will still compare favorably to other rural utilities in Arkansas and across the nation. The new rates will affect each member differently. Here are some ways to minimize the impact of the proposed rates.
CECC will submit a rate adjustment request to the Arkansas Public Service Commission in July. If approved, it will go into effect with usage beginning Oct. 1, 2022, and reflect a 9.3% average increase across all rate classes — residential, commercial, and lighting, including an increase in the service availability charge.
Due to historic winter weather in February resulting in an excessive increase in electric usage, Craighead Electric members will experience a higher-than-normal electric bill. One of the factors impacting their bill is the Energy Costs Adjustment.
Historic weather Historically cold weather swooped into North America in February breaking temperature records across the Midwest. We asked you to work together to conserve power to stabilize the grid…
Frigid temperatures can cause heating systems to work over time, and since heating and cooling can make up nearly half of your electric bill, you may experience sticker shock when you open that bill. Instead of waiting until after a potentially high bill is in your mailbox, be proactive.
Members who elect to use third-party payment vendors to pay their electric bill may encounter unexpected problems from using these services.