The program is designed to educate members on energy conservation and provide them money-saving tips and programs.
The cooperative was first in the valley overall for kilowatt-hour savings for the eScore program and was also:
• third in the valley for Energy Right Solutions for business.
• third in the valley for kilowatt-hour savings across all programs.
• fourth in the valley for new homes and green power provider programs.
• fifth in the valley for new-home savings with more than 236,000 kilowatt-hours saved.
“As a member-owned, not-for-profit electric cooperative, we exist solely to serve our members,” said MTEMC president Chris Jones. “Offering programs like these through TVA is a way we can encourage our membership to conserve their energy consumption while saving money at the same time.”
For more information on energy-saving programs offered by MTEMC, visit mtemc.com.