Current | LES Customer Newsletter Current - October 2018 - Page 2

At the midway point of Big Ten play, the competition isn’t even within striking distance. OCTOBER OPPONENTS lincoln, ne madison, wi evanston, il minneapolis, mn columbus, oh university of nebraska-lincoln university of wisconsin northwestern university university of minnesota ohio state university VS $96.42 AVERAGE BILL # 1 big ten $153.21 AVERAGE BILL # 11 big ten $130.75 AVERAGE BILL # 8 big ten $144.57 AVERAGE BILL # 10 big ten $125.78 AVERAGE BILL # 7 BOTTOM LINE It’s no contest — Lincoln’s lower electric bill keeps more money in your pocket! Over the course of the year, you save $352.32 more than Ohio State fans in Columbus, $411.96 more than Northwestern fans in Evanston, $577.80 more than Minnesota fans in Minneapolis and $681.48 more than Badger fans in Madison. When you save, we win. See why at MARK YOUR CALENDARS DID YOU KNOW? Customers enrolled in our SunShares program helped contribute to the building of LES’ community solar facility, opened in 2016! It was the first utility-scale solar installation in Nebraska and was one of the largest in the region. You can check out the facility’s real- time solar output at! Keep these upcoming dates in mind: MONDAY, OCT. 1 Winter rates — which are lower than our summer rates — go into effect, running through May 31, 2019. THURSDAY, OCT. 4 LES is holding its annual public meeting to discuss our budget and rates for the upcoming year. Join us for a presentation about 2019 details 6-7 p.m. at the Walter A. Canney Service Center. (2620 Fairfield St.) OCT. 7-13 We’re celebrating Public Power Week 2018 with more than 2,000 other community-owned, not-for-profit electric utilities that collectively bring electricity to 49 million Americans across 49 states and five territories. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn as we share our history of affordable electricity, reliable power and local people serving local people on social media with the hashtag #PublicPowerWeek! big ten