How to Apply for Residential Service
Answers to questions and solutions are readily available with a call to Customer Service at Tri-County Electric.
Whether you are setting up new service or planning to move and need your service to move with you.
We are here to help save you money on your monthly electric with energy savings tips and even ways to change how you are billed for your electric service. The Customer Service team is ready to help make your service needs go smoothly. It is also the place to call to pay your bill or even report an outage of your service.
With one phone number – 800-369-2111 – you can access the entire Tri-County Electric Membership Corporation in any of the eight offices that serve you.
What and how much are TCEMC’s fees?
$25 – Meter set charge during normal working hours (existing structure)
$150 Minimum – After hours service call requested by customer
$100 – Meter set charge, including meter base, for new construction (SINGLE PHASE)
Service charge including staking services, service upgrades and meter base for new construction:
$100 – Single Phase up to 200 AMP
$250 – Three Phase and Single Phase Over 200 AMP
$250 per meter sock – Gang Meter base charges for both 100 & 200 AMP:
$50 – Reconnection for delinquent bill
$25 – Service Fee for returned check
$25 – Customer request for meter test
$10 – Collection Fee
$1.50 – Delinquent notice charge
Why does TCEMC charge deposits?
Do I have to pay a deposit?
Why do I have to pay connection and membership fees?
If I move, do I have to pay another deposit?
When do I get my deposit back?
What if I need to change the name on my account?
When will I receive my bill?
Does TCEMC offer paperless billing?
What can I do if I think my power bill is too high?
What happens if I do not pay my bill?
How do I read my meter?
Special Note to
Landlords & Tenants
If you are renting a home or apartment, your Tenant will be required to submit an executed copy of the lease agreement before Tri-County Electric can offer service. Should you, as the landlord, have a period during which you have no tenant, you can call Customer Service to have Tri-County Electric transfer the electric bill temporarily to you while you are getting your property ready for the next renter.