Negotiations with the City Reach Impasse Again

Despite numerous concessions to the City, it appears negotiations on a new electric service franchise agreement are at a standstill once again. Having reached an impasse, LCEC presented a final franchise agreement proposal for review by the City Council, outlining the numerous concessions made to accommodate City positions. This includes reinstating a purchase option not found in any other LCEC …

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Electric rates reduced more than 10% since 2014!

Electricity is something that no one wants to live without. It provides so many things that make life easier – food, shelter, clothing, light, air conditioning, and entertainment. When customers pay that monthly bill it is rare that they consider all the things electricity makes possible. LCEC works hard to make sure customers are receiving a good value. While most costs …

LCEC to reduce rates for 5th time in 3 years

(June 16, 2016) – Beginning July 1, LCEC electric rates will fall for the fifth time in the last three years, thanks to a rate reduction approved this morning by the LCEC Board of Trustees. The residential rate for 1,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh) will fall to $102.50, a drop of almost 9 percent from 2013 rate levels. This places LCEC rates …