Members can help keep NAEC’s wholesale power costs in check by reducing electricity usage during peak demand times in the summer months. Everyone using less on-peak power means lower wholesale power costs for the co-op, which ultimately benefits all members.
NAEC uses advertising on local radio stations to request members’ help to “beat the peak.” Members can do this by delaying any unnecessary use of electricity during the afternoon and early evening hours on the hottest days of each summer month. A day with a heat index forecast of more than 100 can be a peak alert day.
Here are several easy ways residential members can help reduce the co-op’s peak:
The Arkansas Public Service Commission's moratorium on disconnects for nonpayment will be lifted May 3, 2021. Payment arrangements for past-due balances may be made now by calling 870-895-3221 or clicking here.