Your meter will be read each month, and the bill will arrive approximately one week after the meter is read.

The bill is based on energy charge (amount of kilowatt-hours), power cost adjustment (based on wholesale fuel costs), gross revenue surcharge (required in place of state and federal taxes), and any local government taxes (such as city franchise tax).



A typical East Central Electric Cooperative bill addressed to NRECA Mascot Willie Wiredhand.


An itemized list of labels referring to points on the bill image in the left column.