You're not just a customer, you're a member.

I'm a member of what?
Our proud history goes back to the 1930’s when President Franklin D. Roosevelt formed the TVA and REA. Electric cooperatives brought power to rural America when no one else would - built by friends, neighbors and communities.
You’re a member of a not-for-profit electric cooperative.
Co-ops were created with their members’ best interests at heart: not-for-profit, locally owned and operated by the very members they serve. People, not profits, are at the heart of everything we do.
What are the benefits of membership? Have a look below.
I'm a member of what?
You’re a member of a not-for-profit electric cooperative.

Our proud history goes back to the 1930’s when President Franklin D. Roosevelt formed the TVA and REA. Electric cooperatives brought power to rural America when no one else would - built by friends, neighbors and communities.

Co-ops were created with their members’ best interests at heart: not-for-profit, locally owned and operated by the very members they serve. People, not profits, are at the heart of everything we do.

What are the benefits of membership? Have a look below.

Featured Benefits

myMTEMC App

Power at your fingertips.

myMTEMC is our mobile app and web portal that helps you manage your energy consumption and account.

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Community Support

Concern for Community.

MTEMC is a strong supporter of the communities it serves. Through SharingChange, MTEMC’s nonprofit foundation, we support hundreds of local nonprofit organizations with 100% of all donations going back to the communities.

MTEMC also supports our communities through educational programs, including the Washington Youth Tour, Youth Leadership Summit, college scholarships, and courses like Electrical Safety and Awareness.

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Electrical Safety At Home

Safety Matters

From wall sockets to surge protectors, appliances to shock prevention, knowledge is power when it comes to electrical safety.

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Annual Meeting

You have a voice.

As a cooperative, MTEMC has an Annual Meeting every year where all members are welcome. Among the key events at the Annual Meeting are voting by members to fill open seats of the cooperative’s Board of Directors and a business session, where fiscal year statistical and financial information is highlighted.

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myMTEMC App

Power at your fingertips.

myMTEMC is our mobile app and web portal that helps you manage your energy consumption and account.

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Outage Communications

Don't sit in the dark.

When the lights go out, MTEMC is ready to respond. Reporting your outage has never been easier.

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Energy Savings

Savings made easy.

Small changes to your energy consumption habits can save you money each month

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Convenient Bill Pay

Convenient payment methods.

MTEMC members now have more ways to pay their monthly bill. On the go or from your living room, your cooperative is taking the hassle out of paying your bill.

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Usage Insights

Near real-time data to help you manage your consumption.

Curious about how much energy you've used over the last month, day or even hour? That information is now at your fingertips through myMTEMC.

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Pick a Due Date

What works best for you?

Looking to set up a budget or add some stability to your bills? Pick a Due Date can help with that. Select one of the available dates that works best for you with this new feature from MTEMC.

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Prepay

Sign up for PrePay.

Whether you're on a strict budget or just want to pay your electric bill in advance, PrePay could be the right choice for you. Give us a call to find out more about this great option.

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Paperless Billing

Switch to paperless billing.

Want to go digital with your electric bill? Paperless billing can reduce the amount of paper you're getting in your mailbox daily!

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Cooperative Solar

Solar made simple.

MTEMC believes in renewable energy and provides members the ability to participate in our Cooperative Solar program, as well as some TVA sponsored programs.

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The unMetered Podcast

The newest way to stay plugged in.

Knowledgeable ... insightful ... a wealth of information ... All things people DON'T say about the unMetered podcast! But if you're looking for a light-hearted take on interesting stories about electricity and the utility industry, look no further!

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Community Support

Concern for Community.

MTEMC is a strong supporter of the communities it serves. Through SharingChange, MTEMC’s nonprofit foundation, we support hundreds of local nonprofit organizations with 100% of all donations going back to the communities.

MTEMC also supports our communities through educational programs, including the Washington Youth Tour, Youth Leadership Summit, college scholarships, and courses like Electrical Safety and Awareness.

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Energy Advisor

Ever have an energy question?

MTEMC is your trusted energy expert. As a not-for-profit electric cooperative, we have your best interests in mind – you can ask us anything about your energy consumption, throughout the year. We provide energy-saving tips on our website and on our bills. Our goal is to reduce your energy usage by changing your energy habits.

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Website & Member Portal

Login to Power.

MTEMC’s web portal and mobile app provides details about your monthly power usage and helps you manage your account better than ever before.

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New Bill Design

More information at your fingertips.

MTEMC has a bill design that is easy to read and provides monthly details about your energy usage and also provides energy saving tips and coupons.

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Educational Programs

Discover Power.

MTEMC also supports our communities through educational programs, including the Washington Youth Tour, Youth Leadership Summit, college scholarships, and courses like Electrical Safety and Awareness.

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Electrical Safety At Home

Safety Matters

From wall sockets to surge protectors, appliances to shock prevention, knowledge is power when it comes to electrical safety.

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Energy Efficiency for Renters

Josh and Adam discuss how renters can make their homes more energy efficient without spending a lot of money or making big changes.
 

7 Points to Remember for First Responders

When first responders show up at the scene of a vehicle accident that has occurred under a power line, their first thought isn’t always to check for a downed line. This could prove to be fatal for both responders and victims. A downed power line can cause an injury or fatality for up to 30 feet around the point of contact depending on various factors.

How To Be Prepared in a Natural Disaster

Natural disasters often come with little to no warning. Are you prepared in the event of a natural disaster that results in a loss of power for an extended time? unMetered Bonus this week focuses on what you can do to be prepared and how to handle the situation.

Cool Down Your Water To Save Money

Save yourself some money by setting your water heater’s thermostat to 120 degrees. One and two person households could further benefit by dropping their thermostat to 115 degrees. This helps cut down on the amount energy that you are using and helps prevent the corrosion of your pipes. Not only that, but a lower temperature will prevent any scalding when you turn the hot water on full blast.