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Our Rates

Co-Mo Connect's new electric rate went into effect on April 1, 2023.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us by calling 800-781-0157, and one of our Member Care Representatives will answer your questions.

Below you can see the 2022 rate and the 2023 rate increase for electric services:

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The Time-of-Use rate is an optional rate for members. To learn more, call 800-781-0157.

* Winter rate applicable billing period Oct through April

** Summer rate applicable billing period May through September

Dusk to Dawn Security Lights

Varies depending on size and type of light. 

What is Demand?

Co-Mo Connect Powered by Co-Mo Electric Cooperative implemented a new rate structure that includes a $3.00 demand charge and reduces members’ kWh charge.

What is Demand?


Demand is the amount of power needed to supply every electrical device running in your home or business at a specific point in time. It is the maximum rate at which your household has consumed electricity, which can vary from the hour, day, week, month or season.

A simple way to describe Demand is to look at electric use similar to Internet service use. When one person streams a movie or television show on one device in your home, the stream works great. But as additional people in your house attempt to stream video simultaneously, more bandwidth is needed to ensure the stream works well. So, think of electric use in a similar manner. As more appliances in your home run simultaneously, such as your washing machine, stove and dishwasher, your Demand for power increases.

Why bill on Demand?


Breaking out Demand from Energy Use helps Co-Mo bill our members in a way that is fair. Co-Mo’s wholesale electric rates are based on total co-op demand, Demand (the rate at which electricity is used by the member), and the total energy consumed. Some members cre­ate more Demand by using more appliances simultaneously and, as a result, will have a higher demand reading on their bill.

In the past, it was easier to bill metered kWh usage. However, with affordable technology available today to capture Demand, it makes sense to unbundle Demand and make sure everyone pays their fair share.

If you are going to start billing on Demand, how can I reduce my Demand?


All houses that use electricity generate a certain level of Demand. How you reduce that demand will be about deciding when to use appliances to help reduce the demand. For example, if you are washing clothes, don’t run the dishwasher at the same time. Or if you are cooking on the stove, hold off on putting a load of clothes in the dryer. Spreading out the use of these items will help lower your Demand Rate. However, for some busy families, saving time by using numerous appliances at the same time is more important to them than reducing demand which is fine.

Review household processes and determine if it is possible to perform high energy con­suming tasks at different times of the day. Perhaps some appliances or equipment can be used in the morning and other ap­pliances or equipment in the afternoon or evening to balance and reduce demand, with the goal of ultimately reducing peak demand.

How can I monitor and stay on top of Demand?


Managing your demand can be as simple as being aware and remembering to space out times where you are using large appliances instead of using them all at the same time. Another tool that can help you monitor your energy use is through the free SmartHub app. Not only will that app help you monitor your energy use, but it also lets you pay your bills and report electric outages. The app can be found in the Google Play or the Apple Store. Simply search for SmartHub. You can also be directed to SmartHub by going to and clicking on the SmartHub icon on the homepage.

What is your energy mix as a cooperative?

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