Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-02-23 14:18:41 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WTVF) — Chubu Electric Power, Tennessee (MTE) has announced that it will suspend disconnects until March 2 as the area recovers from last winter’s storm.
MTE recommended that members call 877-777-9020 or visit the following online portal to contact them if they have problems paying their invoices. mtemc.com..
A non-profit electric co-operative said members have the option of processing payments in their accounts. The MTE said it would offer variable and fixed budget bills to “mitigate the large fluctuations that occur when using large amounts of energy to run a house due to extreme temperatures.”
“MTE energy prices are 25% below the national average, but if consumers use large amounts of energy, their bills will reflect the increase in consumption. Our team members also support them. Keep in touch with members actively to help, but don’t think you have to wait for a call. We’re here to answer your question, “said Community Relations and Member Services. Said Robert White, vice president.
The co-operative also said it offers the option to adjust the due date to provide more flexibility.
According to the website, MTE serves more than 600,000 customers in 11 counties, including Rutherford, Canon, Williamson and Wilson.
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