Residential Service


All qualified customers in the area served by the Cooperative.


For all domestic uses of a residential service when supplied through one meter. A residential service is defined in the Cooperative’s Service Rules and Regulations. Available to all existing church facilities and any church facility with a transformer size of less than 100 kVA connected after January 1, 2016.

Monthly Rate:

Winter Usage MonthsSummer Usage Months
Service Charge$27.00 per monthService Charge$27.00 per month
First 650 kWh @8.81¢ per kWhFirst 650 kWh @8.81¢ per kWh
Next 350 kWh @8.16¢ per kWhNext 350 kWh @11.06¢ per kWh
Over 1000 kWh @8.06¢ per kWhOver 1000 kWh @11.66 ¢ per kWh

Minimum Monthly Charge

The minimum monthly charge is the Service Charge.

Wholesale Cost Adjustment:

The bill calculated at the above rates shall be increased or decreased subject to the provision of the Cooperative’s wholesale cost adjustment Schedule P.

Summer/Winter Billing Months

Winter: October - April

Summer: May - September

Terms of Payment:

If the account is not paid by the due date, a late fee in the amount specified in the Service Rules and Regulations may be added to the account. Further failure to pay a bill may subject a customer to disconnection and/or disconnection charges in accordance with the Cooperative’s rules and regulations.

All charges are subject to applicable taxes.

Budget Billing:

The customer may elect, with Cooperative approval, the option of being rendered a budget bill, which has the effect of leveling the customer’s monthly bill amount.

Load Management Adjustment:

All customers participating in the Cooperative’s Load Management Program are eligible to receive a credit on their bill. The amount of the monthly credit will be determined under the provisions of the Cooperative’s Load Management Adjustment Rider (LM).

Senior Citizen - Low Income Assistance

Qualifying customers certified by the Cooperative will be eligible for a $12.50 credit, to be applied to the service charge or minimum monthly charge.

To qualify, the customer must be 62 years of age or older, with total household income at or below 100% of the current year’s Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPG) annual income level for a family size of two (2), provided that the electric service is in the customer’s principal place of residence, is individually metered, and in said customer’s name.

The current year’s Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPG) annual income levels are provided by the Georgia Department of Community Health and can be found at dch.georgia.gov/federal-poverty-guidelines-0.

Contract Period:

One year

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