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Questions to Ask Your Electric Company

As a homeowner or renter, your electric company is possibly the most important utility company you'll deal with. By asking the following questions, you can ensure you're getting the most from your power company.

  • What is the fee for connecting residential or commercial properties?

    A fee is charged when a customer initially connects to the electric grid. Amounts vary depending on the property's residential or commercial use.

  • What sort of service plans do you offer?

    Find out what sorts of service plans are offered and what specifically is covered. Are there any hidden charges?

  • Will you provide the service or delegate it to another energy provider?

    Some energy companies handle installation and equipment repairs themselves, while others use a contractor. If troubleshooting is provided by a different energy company, it can increase response time for the customer, since the other company may prioritize its own customers.

  • Is there an internal wiring maintenance agreement available?

    Most contracts with your electric company cover outdoor wiring only. Sometimes, a company may offer an indoor wire maintenance agreement through a subcontractor.

  • Are their budget plans available?

    Varying environmental factors can significantly affect power consumption throughout the year. Air conditioners and electric heat, for example, increase energy bills. Budget plans allow customers to evenly distribute their payments so they pay a steady rate each month, based on annual usage.

  • How do you read the electric meter?

    Some companies read meters, which measure energy consumption, remotely. Others will require a service person to enter your house.

  • Are you the primary electric company in my area?

    Increasing deregulation of utilities has translated to more competitive prices for the consumer. Sometimes, it pays to shop around for the cheapest rate.

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    STANDARD LISTINGS:   ELECTRIC-COMPANIES IN/NEAR COLUMBIA
    Boone Electric Cooperative Write review for this local business
    1413 Rangeline St, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 449-4181  
    Go-Tec Alternative Fuel Write review for this local business
    1105 Lakeview Ave, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 256-2110  
    Meyer Electric Company Inc Write review for this local business
    1 Hospital Dr, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 442-0530  
    Ameren Services Write review for this local business
    210 Orr St, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 441-0872  
    Boone Electric Co-Op Write review for this local business
    1005 Cherry St, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 449-0689  
    Columbia Terminal Write review for this local business
    701 W Ash St, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 874-7325  
    Co-Mo Electric Co-Op Write review for this local business
    Columbia, MO 65299
    (800) 781-0157  
    Crescent Electric Supply Co Write review for this local business
    Columbia, MO 65299
    (800) 688-7582  
    Ameren U E Write review for this local business
    Columbia, MO 65299
    (573) 449-3515  
    Mid City Electric Inc Write review for this local business
    2001 Parkade Blvd, Columbia, MO 65202
    (573) 214-2705  
    Honeywell Write review for this local business
    6400 N Brown Station Rd, Columbia, MO 65202
    (573) 474-8435  
    Columbia Water and Light Department Write review for this local business
    3201 Interstate 70 Dr NW, Columbia, MO 65202
    (573) 443-0633  
    Fulton Power Plant Write review for this local business
    Fulton, MO 65251
    (573) 592-3180  
    Callaway Electric Cooperative Write review for this local business
    1313 Cooperative Dr, Fulton, MO 65251
    (573) 642-3326  
    Central Electric Mfg Write review for this local business
    7900 Old Us Highway 54, Fulton, MO 65251
    (573) 642-6811  
    Union Electric Company An Ameren Company Write review for this local business
    460 S Summit Dr, Holts Summit, MO 65043
    (573) 896-4041  
    Ameren Write review for this local business
    1310 Industrial Dr, Jefferson City, MO 65109
    (573) 761-3829  
    Three Rivers Electric Cooperative Write review for this local business
    2106 Jefferson St, Jefferson City, MO 65109
    (573) 636-2251  
    Graybar Electric Co Write review for this local business
    235 Jaycee Dr, Jefferson City, MO 65109
    (573) 634-5518  
    Central Electric Power Co-Op Write review for this local business
    2106 Jefferson St, Jefferson City, MO 65109
    (573) 896-0800  
    Howard Electric & Mfa Propane Write review for this local business
    205 Highway 5 And 240, Fayette, MO 65248
    (660) 248-2663  
    Howard Electric Cooperative Write review for this local business
    205 Highway 5 And 240, Fayette, MO 65248
    (660) 248-3311  
    Three Rivers Electric Cooperative Write review for this local business
    4800 Route E, Jefferson City, MO 65101
    (800) 892-2251  
    Southerlin Electric Company Inc Write review for this local business
    5607 Knernschield Rd, Russellville, MO 65074
    (573) 782-9980  

    The term electric company is used in two senses. It is sometimes used to refer to contractors who install electrical equipment and wiring. These contractors may work on residential or commercial properties. They lay wires, install cables and secure panels, both indoors and outdoors. They may also install and repair important appliances such as heaters.

    However, the more common use is to refer to the company that provides power. These companies may be part of a utility company that also supplies water, sewage and natural gas. They may own the generating plant or only handle the actual distribution of power.

    As technology changes, so do power plants. Solar and other renewable sources are slowly taking over from older fossil fuel plants. Environmental concerns are also fueling a change in energy creation methods. A solar plant requires a different set of skills to operate than a coal-fired one.

    Electricity and utility companies require energy workers to handle the physical aspects of distribution. One major issue faced is storms bringing down power lines. Customers who are left without power need to be reconnected as quickly as possible. Transformers change the voltage of power from the very high levels used for transmission to those suitable for end uses. These require skilled technicians to maintain them.

    Billing is also important. Electricity companies may be required to set rates within certain ranges. Local governments are often keen to ensure residents get cheap power. Traditionally, a meter reader would visit a property at intervals and check on power usage. However, more and more companies use automated meter reading systems, which require no site visits. The billing department also needs to handle situations where a customer is generating their own power.

    Electricity is vital to the modern world, but how it is generated and even who is generating it is changing rapidly.



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