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Want savings? Sign up to ‘Upgrade’

Is your home overdue for an energy efficiency upgrade? If the answer is “yes,” Roanoke Electric’s Upgrade to $ave program offers a win-win solution.

Through Upgrade to $ave, the co-op will make energy efficiency investments to your home that will improve efficiency and lower your electric bill. Energy efficiency upgrades available through this program include insulation, duct and air sealing, heat pump upgrades, water heater wraps, and LED lighting. These upgrades are available to member-owners regardless of credit score or financial status.

The co-op allows member-owners to make energy efficiency upgrades to their homes and businesses without paying anything upfront. In turn, participants agree to pay a voluntary tariff on their electric bill. This tariff will share the energy efficiency savings with the co-op at a level where participants see immediate savings and the co-op can fully recover its investment.

Enjoy the benefits of the Upgrade to $ave program.

Roanoke Electric Cooperative is an electric utility providing service to 14,000 members in Bertie, Hertford, Halifax, Northampton, Gates, Perquimans and Chowan counties. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

News and Events

August 14, 2017

Last week, NOAA warned of an “extremely active” Atlantic hurricane season, with 2-5 major hurricanes now in the forecast.

With this in mind, Roanoke Electric Co-op officials are emphasizing the importance of having hurricane preparedness plans in place. North Carolina sits on the Atlantic coast, and when hurricanes hit the region they often bring with them flooding, power loss and wind-damage. 

August 01, 2017

The Roanoke Electric Care Trust board recently awarded grants to five community groups, as part of the co-op’s Operation RoundUp program. Third quarter grants totaled $10,111.25 and were presented to the following organizations:

July 27, 2017

EDITOR’S NOTE:  Roanoke Electric Co-op CEO Curtis Wynn testified recently on “The State of Infrastructure in Rural America” before the House Committee on Agriculture.



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