Cost savings passed along to members

Cost savings passed along to members

We’re pleased to announce a 1.6 cents credit per kWh in the Wholesale Power Adjustment for the month of July, which will bring overall savings and help lower July bills for the cooperative’s members.

For an average household using 1000 kilowatt hours, Cobb EMC residential members could see a $16 credit on electric service for the month of July.

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