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Youth to Washington, D.C. Tour Winners Announced!

Congratulations to Natalie Kirkbride and Morgan Braden for being selected to represent Shelby Electric Cooperative on the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association Youth Tour in Washington D.C.! Also congratulations to first and second alternates Chase Thies and Wyatt Henschen! These four along with, many other high school students from across the state participated in the Illinois Electric and Telephone Cooperative Youth Day in Springfield on Wednesday, March 29.  The Youth to Washington Tour takes place June 9 - 16, 2017.

Home Energy Adventure

With the uncertainty of where energy costs are headed.
We know that saving energy means saving money, and having an energy efficient home does just that.
That’s why we released the Home Energy Adventure. 
Take the Home Energy Adventure tour below to learn about how you can save energy and money at home today!

#ThankALineman

On Monday April 10, 2017, we want to thank the Shelby Electric Linemen for all their hard work dedication.  We also want to say thank you to all the line personnel all across the country who keep our lights on and work in all kinds of weather to get our power back on after a storm or other incident knocks our our power.  So #ThankALineman on Monday, April 10, for Cooperative Lineman Appreciation Day.  Stay Safe!

Members Encouraged To Download The SmartHub App

For those of our members that have smart phones or tablets, have you downloaded the SmartHub app yet? It is a great app that allows you to communicate with the cooperative, pay your bill, check your service status, check your use, report an outage and also links you to other items of interest. You can get the SmartHub App at your favorite app store. If you don't have a smart phone or tablet you can still access SmartHub on our website by clicking here.  Questions call 800-677-2612.

Cooperative donates Kill-A-Watt meters to local libraries.

Want to know why your electric bill is so high? Wondering if you’ll save by buying a new appliance? Worried about phantom load? We can help.

Understanding your energy consumption is the first step to knowing how to reduce it. With a Kill-A-Watt Meter, you can measure the energy usage of household appliances and electronics. By finding out how much they are using and taking the steps to make energy-saving adjustments, you can lower your utility costs year round.

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