How is energy use calculated for my bill?
Electricity is sold in units called kilowatt-hours, with each kilowatt being equal to 1000 watts. When one kilowatt (kW) is used for an hour, the energy used is called one kilowatt-hour (kWh). For example, ten 100-watt light bulbs running for one hour equals one kWh.

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1. Who do I call for information or billing questions on my Electric, Water & Sewer, and Broadband accounts?
2. What are RECs (Renewable Energy Certificates)?
3. Why did CMLP switch to monthly billing?
4. Will my water/sewer bill be changed to monthly billing like my electric bill?
5. Have electric rates changed?
6. Do you still offer any rebates?
7. Do you offer discounted rates for senior citizens?
8. Do you offer a low-income discount rate?
9. What is the meter charge?
10. How is energy use calculated for my bill?
11. Where can I pay my bill?
12. Can I pay with a credit or debit card?