We know many of our members are looking for ways to add green initiatives in their everyday lives. We’re here to make it a little easier to help you meet your green energy goals! Explore three of our environmentally friendly programs to see if they are right for you.
Support solar power
Are you interested in exploring solar power? Our community solar program offers you the chance to be a part of solar energy without the commitment of installing and maintaining your own panels.
For $2.50 per panel per month, you’ll receive a credit for the energy your panel(s) produces. Community solar is a great way to support green energy. You can subscribe to the energy from a maximum of 15 panels.
To learn more about how to sign up and to see an estimate of the solar production you can expect, visit pemc.coop/communitysolar.
Cruise into energy savings
If you own an electric vehicle (EV) and would like to lower your energy bill, consider joining our EV time-of-day rate program. As a participant, you’ll pay a lower rate when you charge your EV overnight.
You’ll pay less than half our regular rate for off -peak power and receive a $50 credit just for signing up!
Visit pemc.coop/electric-vehicle-rate to learn how to join.
Pay less for the energy you use plus help your co-op save money when you switch to a time-of-day rate! With this rate, you pay a lower rate for the energy you use during times when energy use is low for our co-op. Saturday, Sunday, most holidays, and 19-20 hours of every weekday are considered to be off -peak times.
In order to save money with a time-of-day rate, you don’t have to use less energy, you just shift your energy use to off -peak hours instead. You will want to avoid using energy during on-peak hours which are 1-6 p.m. during the summer and 6-10 a.m. during the winter.
On average, our members save about $20 per month on this rate. Best of all, you can try this rate risk-free for a year! If you don’t save compared to our regular rate, we’ll give you the difference back. Learn more and sign up at pemc.coop/timeofday.