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Mike Stave Tells Co-op’s Story With Numbers

To some, the word “accounting” brings up memories of high school math classes, long lectures…
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Tablet, pen, and financial documents
Proposed 2018 Rate Increase

The Cherryland accounting team has completed a cost of service study and a 10-year financial…
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Living the Co-op Life

If you wanted to live your life dealing exclusively with cooperatives, could it be done?…
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Upcoming Events

Clean Up Green Up 2017

11/05/2017
9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Clean Up Green Up is a free community-wide recycle, re-purpose and reuse event put on by Michigan Green Consortium in Traverse City. Clean Up and Green Up encourages residents to bring difficult-to-recycle items; or ones that can be re-purposed or reused to one central location for collection and at no charge to the public.

Cherryland will offer rebates to our members that are recycling working condition, older model refrigerators ($20), freezers ($20), air conditioning units ($15), and dehumidifiers ($15).

For more information, visit Clean Up Green Up's website.

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.

Go Solar With Us

Want to go solar? Explore the ways you can support solar energy with Cherryland. Whether you want to cover your annual energy costs or use the clean energy you generate, there is a solar option for everyone!

Give With Cherryland Cares

Extend a helping hand to those who need it by rounding up your monthly electric bill to the nearest dollar. Investing your small change into our Cherryland Cares program brings about big change in our community. Sign up for Cherryland Cares today and support local nonprofit organizations doing good in your community.

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