The charges of generation, and distribution.
Charge for the production and transmission of electric generation. Generation prices and charges are set by your cooperative, and power comes from Allegheny Electric Cooperative which is a non-profit cooperative set up in 1946 to supply electricity to the rural electric cooperatives in Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.
Charges for delivering electricity over your cooperative's electric distribution system to your home or business. These charges include the costs for billing, remittance processing, member services, outages, maintenance, operations, substations, wires, transformers, right-of-way clearing, etc.
Any category of service not related to the basic charges explained above. These charges include security lights, collection fees, etc.
The monthly basic distribution charge to partially cover cost of delivering the electricity to your home. This amount is the same each month no matter how much electricity you use.
kWh is a measure of electricity. One kWh equals one thousand watts used for one hour. If you used one 100-watt bulb for ten hours you will use one kWh.
A $20.00 fee will be charged on all checks returned from the bank.
A $25.00 collection fee will be charged when Cooperative employees are sent out to collect past due electric bills. Please call the office to make arrangements on past due bills.
If your account is disconnected for non-payment, a $35.00 reconnection charge will be required before your account can be connected. If on overtime, the fee for reconnection will be $150.00 Note that there are no reconnections after 8:00 p.m.