As the community returns to a new normal, MidSouth Electric Co-op will continue to offer kilowatt relief during the months of July and August.
In April the cooperative announced $4 million would be returned to active members in the form of a new bill credit to help alleviate financial hardships resulting from COVID-19. Another $3.3 million is projected to be returned in July and August, bringing the estimated total to $7.3 million in billing relief funds for our members.
Members will continue to see the credit on their billing statements in the wholesale power cost adjustment line item. Each member’s kilowatt relief credit is calculated by multiplying the number of kilowatt-hours consumed by 2 cents. So a typical bill of 1,500 kilowatt-hours will receive a $30 credit for the months of July and August.
During these unprecedented times, MidSouth Electric Co-op remains committed to its members. If you have any questions, please contact a member service representative at (936) 825-5100.
MidSouth Electric Co-op serves more than 25,000 consumer-members in and around Montgomery, Grimes, Walker, Waller, Brazos, Madison and Waller counties. The co-op is focused on providing quality service at a reasonable price, bringing vital services to increase the quality of life and economic health in the MidSouth Electric Co-op service area.