Hot weather is increasing electricity usage and that, coupled with the rising cost of fuel needed to generate that electricity, will likely lead to higher-than-normal power bills for many households this summer.

June and July have brought record-breaking heat, and that means we need more electricity to keep our homes comfortable than we did at this time last year.

Meanwhile, higher fuel costs, especially the cost of natural gas, are reflected in the fuel charges built into the price we pay for energy. Together, these two factors are expected to increase power bills for the next few months.

Click here to learn what you can do to save energy and spend less. 

Hot weather and rising fuel costs mean higher bills

New Member Portal and Mobile App are Here!

WKRECC is excited to announce a new and improved member payment portal and our first mobile app! To locate the app, just click the appropriate link below.



News & Events

Graves County Middle School in Mayfield, KY, was awarded a $100,000 Learning Environment Grant throu...
WKRECC is managing an industry-wide parts shortage that is driving up operating costs and creating l...
With spring storm season in full swing, safety is top of mind. Here are a few tips to help you and y...
Power outages are never convenient. Sometimes, it’s clear why we are left in the dark, like when str...