2 years ago we received a check for the capital credits (we had Midwest Electric from 1994 through 1999). Someone had noticed that we were on a list to receive them and didn’t have an updated address for us – so they provided Midwest with our updated address – but we did not receive any capital credits for last year nor this year (and have heard that others have) -and we are still at the address provided – are we due some capital credits?? THANK YOU!
I have a question regarding an issue apparently involving electricity/rates, but I am not sure it involves Midwest Electric or not. Perhaps you could enlighten me. At the voting booth yesterday, I first learned of something known as an “Electricity Aggregation Levy” for Allen County. I see in today’s newspaper that the levy passed. What is this for, who does it affect, and how? I do not recall any information being published prior to election day. Thank you
We are looking at a house to buy in St. Mary’s Ohio Auglaize Co. We currently live in Celina. My question is does the electric and water bill come together in 1 bill? It is off of Schroeder Rd.(near Hermon’s Marina) is that city water or well water? One house has a water softener, the other one does not. Also, where do we come to get the utilities turned on? How much of a deposit is it? Thank you
I am planning to have a new roof put on our house/cabin at Bass Landing. However the electric mast is right against the roof or almost against the roof. I would like to have a taller mast installed. I have called a couple of electrical contractors in your area, but cannot get anybody to come out to take a look. Is this something Midwest will do or can you offer any recommendations on electrical contractors I may contact.
I recently aquired a kill a watt meter and was looking at my bill to calcutate the cost of my elctricity. Do I multiply the kwh used by the power cost Adj/kwh? It doesnt seem to add up. I’m assuming adjustments are made. I want to be sure i am calculating correctly when I use this device. What does the term kWh multiplier mean on my bill? If you could help me I would appreciate it. Thank you
It is posted on your website that if you want information regarding power outage updates, we are to “like” you on Facebook. First of all, if I have a power outage, more than likely, I do not have electricity to operate my computer. Secondly, not everyone has Facebook – or cares to participate in social networking. Finally, some customers may not even have access to a computer. In those situations, it would be nice if there was a telephone recording with outage updates or another alternative
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your FAQ pages are not wroking right at all you click of the Question and it takes you to what ever anwser it feel like going to. Customer Service – I have a question regarding an issue apparently involving electricity/rates, but I am not sure it involves Midwest Electric or not. Perhaps you could enlighten me. At the voting booth yesterday, I first learned of something known as an “Electricity Aggregation Levy” for Allen County. I see in today’s newspaper that the levy passed. What is this fo
Why would you not put some form of communication on your web site regarding progress, food spoilage, estimated time of service, water in lines, toilets, or any other pertinent info.I called you phone and there was a standard recording. I called st marys police and they knew nothing on any of this either.
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