Some Medina EC members have recently been contacted by people identifying themselves as MEC employees and are requesting large amounts of money to avoid disconnection. Before you offer a credit card for payment, here are some tips to ensure that you are indeed talking to a MEC employee:
- Know what your account balance is;
- Ask for the employee's first and last name; and
- If you are uncertain if the employee is a representative of MEC, or for any questions concerning your account, call 1-866-MEC-ELEC (632-3532).
EPA Proposes New Rules
You may have heard this fall about new rules proposed by the EPA addressing CO2 emissions. Learn more about how those proposals could affect your monthly power bill and voice your opinion to the EPA here.
Rebates To Help Save You Money
Medina EC offers several rebates to help you make your home more energy efficient - and to keep some of your hard-earned money in your wallet. Click here for more information.
Celebrating 75 Years of Serving You
Medina Electric Cooperative is proudly celebrating 75 years of serving you, our member. Learn a little bit about the MEC philosophy and our mission to "Exceed Member Expectations in Everything We Do," by reading this article from CEO Mark Rollans, originally published in January's Texas Co-op Power. CLICK TO READ.
Give a round of APPlause to SmartHub
Looking to manage your electric bill? There is an app for that. Technology is advancing constantly, and Medina Electric Cooperative is stepping up and providing different outlets to manage your energy consumption and connect with us.CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY
Where Does Your Power Come From?
Medina Electric Cooperative, Inc., utilizes a variety of energy sources in order to provide a steady and reliable supply of electricity at the lowest cost possible to our members. Take a look at the fuels and resources that power Medina EC’s 12,000 square-mile region in a typical month.
Next Board Meeting
The Medina EC Board Meeting will be on Friday, December 20, 2013.