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A PEAK ALERT has been issued for this afternoon, Thursday, July 21, throughout the Buckeye REC service territory beginning at 3:00 pm. Load curtailment is expected to end at 7 pm.. Please help us keep rates under control by taking steps to reduce your energy consumption during these hours by turning off unnecessary lighting, adjusting your thermostat, and refraining from any intensive electrical energy practices (i.e. limiting use of hot water, using only one major electrical appliance at a time) until the alert period has passed. There is no shortage of power, but extreme weather conditions like we’re experiencing this week could result in setting a new peak demand for electricity which could lead to higher energy prices and consumer electric bills. We encourage you to share this information with your fellow BREC members. Thank you for your help. ... See MoreSee Less

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Please be advised that an upgrade is being performed on our billing system tonight, Tuesday, July 19, beginning at 7 p.m. EST. The upgrade will take 30-90 minutes and during that time members will be unable to access their account information or make payments through the IVR (phone). Thank you for your patience as we make these improvements. ... See MoreSee Less

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The peak alert for Monday July 18th has ended. Thank you for your cooperation. ... See MoreSee Less

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A PEAK ALERT has been issued for this afternoon, Monday, July 18, throughout the Buckeye REC service territory beginning at 2:00pm. We will update you when load control ends. Please help us keep rates under control by taking steps to reduce your energy consumption during these hours by turning off unnecessary lighting, adjusting your thermostat, and refraining from any intensive electrical energy practices (i.e. limiting use of hot water, using only one major electrical appliance at a time) until the alert period has passed. There is no shortage of power, but extreme weather conditions like we’re experiencing this week could result in setting a new peak demand for electricity which could lead to higher energy prices and consumer electric bills. We encourage you to share this information with your fellow BREC members. Thank you for your help. ... See MoreSee Less

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