Current | LES Customer Newsletter Current - September 2018

CURRENT 2017 2016 LES' CUSTOMER NEWSLETTER big ten champions X68172 1040 O Street, P.O. Box 80869 Lincoln, NE 68501 8 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday Customer Service: 402.475.4211 Power Outage: 888.365.2412 - Toll Free Nebraska811 (Call before you dig): 811 - Toll Free SEPTEMBER 2018 FROM REPEAT TO THREE-PEAT. For the third year in a row, Lincoln boasts the lowest average bill of all Big Ten college towns. Same story, different year: We’re the 2018 Big Ten Electric Champions yet again! 2018 BIG TEN ELECTRIC POWER RANKINGS We crunched the numbers and found that football 1 fans in Lincoln — just as they did in 2016 and 2 2017 — are paying less for electricity than all their 3 counterparts across the Big Ten. Less than Buckeye fans in Columbus. Less than Badger fans in Madison. Less than Hawkeye fans in Iowa City. Less than… well, you get the point. Lincoln is the only Big Ten college town where you’ll find a residential bill that averages less than $100 per month in 2018. Having the lowest bill in the conference means more savings for every customer and our entire community — over 12 months, the Lincoln area spends $53 million less for electricity because LES’ residential bill is 27 percent lower than the Big Ten average. When you save, we win. See why at Nebraska Illinois Iowa 4 Penn State 5 Indiana (Tie) Purdue 7 Ohio State 8 Northwestern 9 Maryland 10 Minnesota 11 Wisconsin 12 Michigan 13 Rutgers 14 Michigan State ANN ARBOR, MI UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN BOTTOM LINE Your average monthly LES bill is $64.50 cheaper than Ann Arbor’s, keeping $774 in your pocket over the course of the year! VS AVERAGE BILL # 1 big ten $160.92 AVERAGE BILL $96.42 $104.02 $107.19 $113.44 $118.76 $118.76 $125.78 $130.75 $143.79 $144.57 $153.21 $160.92 $161.77 $174.78 Source: or published rate schedules as of Jan. 1, 2018. LINCOLN, NE $96.42 Lincoln, NE Urbana, IL Iowa City, IA University Park, PA Bloomington, IN West LaFayette, IN Columbus, OH Evanston, IL College Park, MD Minneapolis, MN Madison, WI Ann Arbor, MI New Brunswick, NJ East Lansing, MI # 1 2 big ten