The Roanoke-Chowan Partners for Progress Phase 2 will convene its quarterly meeting on Friday, October 20, at Roanoke Electric Co-op’s headquarters. RCPP2 is a local collaborative effort of community partners led by the co-op. Please see the agenda for the upcoming meeting:
Equalize the highs and lows of your monthly electric bills.
Energy bills have a way of zig zagging up and down due to changes in weather and/or other factors. Budget billing allows you the option of an equalized method of paying your energy bill by calculating your annual cost (from the previous 12 month billing history) into equal monthly payments over the next year. Request to be set up for budget billing at anytime.
Why Budget Billing?
- Easier to budget
- Makes payments predictable
- Have service with REC for at least 12 months
How does this work?
- Your monthly Budget Billing amount will be based on the average of your actual bills during the last 12 months.
- A certain percentage is added to the Budget Billing amount for inflation.
News and Events
If you own a manufactured home, Roanoke Electric Co-op wants to make sure you're taking measures to ensure you have an efficient heating and cooling system. You can also make simple improvements that save energy and make your home more comfortable.
Roanoke Electric Co-op invites member-owners to its National Co-op Connections Day event on Friday, October 6 at its headquarter office in Aulander. The co-op will host local participating Co-op Connections businesses to provide member-owners with additional savings and deals when they use their Co-op Connections Card.