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Thursday, February 16, 2017

All EPB Customers Encouraged to Provide Input on EPB Retail Electric Rates

As announced at the January meeting of the Glasgow EPB Board of Directors and due to public concern about Glasgow EPB’s electric rates for residential and small business customers, the Directors of the Glasgow EPB intend to consider changes to the existing rates. Prior to making any changes, they would like to get Glasgow EPB customers’ input to ensure that the changes reflect customers’ desires as much as possible. To facilitate this, a community Open House will be held on March 2, from 4:00 pm until 7:00 pm at the T. J. Health Pavilion Community Meeting Rooms. This Open House is intended to gather suggestions from any Glasgow EPB customer who wishes to voice his or her opinions on the current electric rate options, possible alternative solutions, and the process Glasgow EPB should take to determine what changes to make.

To ensure that customers are comfortable sharing their opinions, the Glasgow EPB Board will engage an independent group to listen to customers’ concerns in a one-to-one setting at the Open House and to compile all suggestions.  You do not have to provide your name or any identifying information in order to participate in this process.
If you cannot attend this meeting, a link will be available on the glasgow-ky.com website for your comments to be directed to the independent group conducting this process, or comments may be submitted via standard    U. S. mail to ES - EPB Customer Comment, PO Box 51104, Bowling Green, KY 42102.

The Glasgow EPB Board’s plan is to consider all suggestions obtained during this Open House, online, and via mail, and then conduct further discussions with the community on how the suggestions might be implemented. All EPB electric customers with a comment or suggestion on the design of EPB’s electric rates are urged to participate.


Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Coincident Peak Notice

E.P.B. Electric Customers on the Infotricity Rate- We predict the POSSIBILITY for February's peak electric demand to occur on Thursday or Friday, February 9th or 10th between 7am & noon. This is only a prediction based upon our best guess as to what the combination of all customers in Glasgow will demand from T.V.A. A peak demand hour can occur during any of the 720 hours of each month, but this is our forecast which is provided as a convenience for E.P.B. customers who wish to receive forecasts. If you wish to be removed from this notification list, or if you want to move to a fixed energy rate without coincident peak demand charges, please contact us at 270-651-8341.
Thursday, February 2, 2017

Coincident Peak Notice

E.P.B. Electric Customers on the Infotricity Rate- We predict the POSSIBILITY for February's peak electric demand to occur on Friday, February 3rd between 7am & 12pm. This is only a prediction based upon our best guess as to what the combination of all customers in Glasgow will demand from T.V.A. A peak demand hour can occur during any of the 720 hours of each month, but this is our forecast which is provided as a convenience for E.P.B. customers who wish to receive forecasts. If you wish to be removed from this notification list, or if you want to move to a fixed energy rate without coincident peak demand charges, please contact us at 270-651-8341.

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