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Cherryland Cares Grant Applications Due

03/06/2015

Area non-profit agencies who are seeking financial help can apply for a grant through Cherryland Cares. Cherryland Cares is a five-member board, made up of Cherryland Electric Cooperative members, who distribute money from Operation Roundup to area non-profits. The next quarterly meeting of Cherryland Cares is Monday, March 16. The deadline for applications is Friday, March 6. To receive a Cherryland Cares grant application, contact Nick Edson at 231-486-9222 or e-mail him at nedson@cherrylandelectric.coop.

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Rebates For You

Who doesn’t love a good deal? From replacing light bulbs to upgrading your dishwasher, take advantage of rebates and other deals from Cherryland. Learn more about how you can get some money back today—we have incentives for our residential and commercial members.

Save Energy, Lower Your Bill

It’s a win-win: reduce your energy use while lowering your bill. To help you get started, we’ll come out to your place for a completely free home energy assessment, so you can decide what’s best for your house. As a Cherryland member, you can also track your monthly usage, get practical tips for a smaller bill and more.

 

Clean Energy With Your Co-op

Clean energy has to be more than sustainable—it also has to be affordable and reliable. At Cherryland, getting some power from the sun and wind is another way we try our hardest to keep costs down for our members, while still providing them with renewable and dependable energy.

 

Get to Know Your Bill

Want to learn more about your monthly statement? Find out what everything means and get a better understanding of how you use energy in your home or business. Don’t just write a check—get to know your bill.

In plain English, we explain what a kilowatt hour is, the different charges you see on your bill and other energy terms. We want our members to be as informed as possible!

A
Amount Due and Due Date
B
If your contact information changes, let us know.
C
Line and Pole: Think of this as your electric address. Every member on our lines has a unique line and pole number.
We use those numbers to identify where you are located on our system map. When we post updates about outages,
we often refer to line and pole numbers so this is a number you will want to know.
D
Availability charge is a fixed cost. It’s how we pay for accounting, billing and other things that don’t change from month to month
A
Amount Due and Due Date
B
If your contact information changes, let us know.
C
Line and Pole: Think of this as your electric address. Every member on our lines has a unique line and pole number.
We use those numbers to identify where you are located on our system map. When we post updates about outages,
we often refer to line and pole numbers so this is a number you will want to know.
D
Availability charge is a fixed cost. It’s how we pay for accounting, billing and other things that don’t change from month to month