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Rebates Make It More Affordable To Save


Kay Electric Cooperative (KEC) wants to encourage members to make their homes more energy efficient. KEC energy effi- ciency incentives can help you increase the level of insulation in your home and reduce the cost associated with installing an energy efficient heat pump or electric water heater.


KEC offers the following incentive rebates:


Attic Insulation: Kay Electric pays 50 percent of installing additional insulation up to $500.


Heat Pump: KEC offers a rebate of $1,000/ton (up to 5 ton max) on closed loop ground source heat pumps (GSHP) (15.9 EER/3.3 COP) and open loop GSHP systems (18 EER/3.6 COP).


Water Heaters: Rebates up to $300 on natural gas/LP conversion to electric sys- tems, new or additional installations, and new manufactured home units.


For complete details and rebate forms, please visit www.kayelectric.coop or call KEC at 800-535-1079.


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Putting Things In Perspective Harvey teaches us what is truly important


veryone has heard of the devastat- ing floods that hammered south- east Texas the last week of August. Sometimes Mother Nature rears her head and all we can do is get out of her way. Floodwaters are damaging and can ruin just about anything. Our hearts go out to those who lost everything and have to start over.


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We Oklahomans have lived through our share of disasters. The 2002 ice storm is probably the worst natural disaster most of us have lived through.


When life throws big obstacles at us it tends to put things in perspective. These experiences teach us what is truly impor- tant. Of course, our families’ safety is ultimately important.


In United States, virtually anywhere we choose to live


truly blessed to live in this great country. The individual stories we hear about rescue efforts in southeast Texas are a testament to our ability to pull together to help one another.


By Tim Rodriguez, CEO kay electric cooperative


$25 is hiding in this issue!


Please read your newsletter carefully. If you spot your account number hidden in these pages, please contact Kay Electric immediately to claim a $25 credit on your electric bill. If no account numbers are claimed, the prize money will carry over to the next month for a maximum bill credit of $50.


800-535-1079 contact@kayelectric.coop 2 • October 2017 • The Cooperator


has access to electricity and clean water. That’s not the case around the world. According to the World Energy Outlook 2016, approximately 1.2 billon people lack access to electricity. A study by the United Nations reports that nearly 800 million people are without clean drinking water. I can’t imagine living without these two essential necessities, although I do take them for granted. As Americans we are


Energy Efficiency Tip of the Month


As winter approaches, I encourage you to prepare for storms that could create havoc in our lives, even for just a short while. Being safe during a possible long-term outage is important. Be prepared by having an adequate supply of drinking water available, canned foods, flashlights with fresh batteries, weather radio, car cell chargers, and emergency numbers, just to name a few. Although the likelihood of a massive ice storm such as 2002 is slim, we must think ahead


The Kay Electric sys- tem is certainly stron- ger than it was 15 years


ago, but no electrical structure is invincible when confronted by an enormous storm. As we enter the winter season, please be weather prepared.


Kay Electric Cooperative is your utility and we are here to help those desiring to live and work in rural Oklahoma. If we can be of assistance to you with your energy needs, please let us know. ACCT#227707


Cooler temps will be here soon! No matter what kind of heating system you have in your home, you can save money and increase your comfort by properly maintaining and upgrading your equipment. Contact a professional to inspect your system before the winter chill arrives.


source: us department of energy


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