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Delaware Electric Cooperative is a member-owned electric distribution company serving 84,000 members in Kent and Sussex County, Delaware.

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Outage Text Alerts. Report an Outage. Electric Safety. 811. Preparedness. Beat the Peak! This free program has saved members $30 million. Learn More. Follow Delaware Electric Coop on …

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Delmarva Power determines their price to compare default rate by holding an auction for competitive Delaware suppliers. These suppliers bid to provide power service to a portion of the price to compare rate payers. The Delaware energy choice law allows consumers to purchase power, thus leaving the price to compare rate, at any time.

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Residential Rates. Click the links below to downlaod and view the rates for each category. Terms, Conditions and All Rates. R: Residential Service. R-LM: Residential Service Load Management.

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April 22, 2020 Delaware Electric Cooperative plans a rate decrease expected to be approved by the company’s board of directors Wednesday, May 20. The measure would decrease co-op member electric costs by 4 percent or an average of $60 per year. According to the co-op, the decrease would save the overall membership $7 million per year.

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As an example, small general service customers, a rate class for small businesses in Delaware, are paying an electric default rate of 11.27 cents per kilowatt hour. We have found fixed electric rates for such customers as low as 9.0 cents per kilowatt hour which translates into a 20 percent savings on the Delaware electric bill.

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Delaware Electric Cooperative’s (DEC) Board of Directors has voted to return $4.8 million in capital credits to the Cooperative’s member-owners in December. Capital credits are also known as the Co-op’s profits or margins. Because DEC is a not-for-profit utility, margins are returned to the people the Cooperative serves. To receive a billing credit or check from the Cooperative, …

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Our 155 employees work extremely hard to provide members with affordable and reliable power. We are proud to offer Delawareans some of the lowest electric rates on Delmarva.” When the rate decrease takes effect on June 1, Co-op members will be paying the same price for power they did in 2008.

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Get in Touch If you have questions or suggestions regarding billing, our "Beat the Peak" program or to update your contact information, please fill out the form below or give us a call 855-332-9090. You can also update your contact information using the form below. If you need to report an outage, please call us at 855-332-9090 and select option 1.

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224,900 18 Albert Pl. Cooperative 3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom. R-9777 seller says sell! This home has lots of living space at an affordable price! 3 brs plus a large bonus room, formal lr & dr, family room with gas fp, large eat-in kitchen, and a stunning 4 season sun room with heat and ac. Freshly painted throughout!

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Twenty years ago, Delaware lawmakers approved electric retail choice giving customers the option to choose their energy provider. The goal was to give consumers the option to shop for the lowest rates. However, it wasn’t until 2019 that a third-party energy supplier registered to provide service to DEC members.

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Please mail payments to: Delaware County Electric Cooperative, P.O. Box 471, Delhi, NY 13753. If you are mailing in your payment, please allow plenty time for delivery before due date. If your bill states “Your service is subject to termination without further notice,” the balance on that bill needs to be paid immediately to avoid

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Delaware Electric Cooperative is investing millions of dollars to improve its system reliability in 2019. The improvements will ensure members lose power less often. While 2018 marked the most reliable year ever for DEC’s system, we’re not done working to make the system even stronger. The biggest project facing Co-op engineers in 2019 is the construction of a new Zoar …

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Delaware Electric Cooperative’s board of directors has approved a request from Co-op leaders to invest a record amount of money to support system improvements and infrastructure work. The board, in December, gave the green light for DEC to spend nearly $35 million to improve reliability this year. Co-op News.

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Company profile page for Delaware Electric Cooperative Inc including stock price, company news, press releases, executives, board members, and contact information

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Co-op News. DEC Announces Clean Energy Plan. As a not-for-profit consumer-focused utility, Delaware Electric Cooperative is committed to providing members with reliable, affordable, and sustainable power. Our goal of providing 105,000 homes, farms and businesses with clean energy has never been more important.

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Robert Lofland, Delmarva Power retiree. November 8, 2021. Robert Lofland, 87, of Lewes passed away at home after a long illness Thursday, Nov. 4, 2021. He was born April 1, 1934, in Wilmington, son of the late John C. and Maude E. (Knowles) Lofland. Mr. Lofland graduated high school in 1952.

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