SEMO Electric Cooperative is dedicated to providing our members with the most reasonable electricity rates possible
There may come a time in the future, but electricity rates per kWh (or per unit of energy) are the same today as they were on January 1, 2013.
Team SEMO works hard to control costs and seek best practices to save you money.
Over time, we make incremental adjustments to the the fixed or basic charge called the grid charge. It is a flat fee designed to recover a portion of the cost of delivering electric energy to all members.The grid charge is billed by the day to match the number of meter reading days in the billing period. The grid charge is reflective of the investment in poles, wires, transformers and equipment that it takes to provide you with electric service. It takes just as much equipment to deliver one kilowatt-hour as it does 1,000 kilowatt-hours.