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6 Ways to Make Your Home Office Energy Efficient Working from home, even on a temporary basis, may increase your energy use. It means that you're spending more time using a computer, lights and other appliances at home instead of in your workplace. But by improving the energy efficiency of…

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MURFREESBORO, TN – Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) held its Annual Meeting virtually Saturday for the second consecutive year. Due to concerns for member and employee safety, the meeting was streamed live from the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce. Per the cooperative’s bylaws, the results…

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Electric Cooperatives: Building a Brighter Tennessee  By: Maria Galue Ojeda  The golden hour sun hit my face through the car window. I felt the warmth of the glass against my forehead and each little bump the car went over. I looked at the nostalgic sights of the endless plains of cattle…

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How to Participate Register either in person or at any of the eight MTE offices the week of August 23 from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Saturday, August 28, or by contacting member services at 877-777-9020. By registering, your name is entered into…

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If you would like to know more, you can reach us by phone at 877-777-9020, by visiting your local office, or via email through our contact form. 

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As a local electric cooperative, our consumers are member-owner in their cooperative. Administration and governance are more important and scrutinized topics today than ever before. Your electric cooperative is proud of its unique governance model and the administration designated to operate within…

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To keep our members informed as a not-for-profit and local electric cooperative, we publish an annual statistical update and report. Check out the statistical update video below to see how we continue to grow. Members wishing to view the annual report can do so at any of our local offices.

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Middle Tennessee Electric and United Communications have joined forces to answer your calls for broadband and expand broadband access to underserved areas in Middle Tennessee. Many projects are already underway, and many more will begin soon.

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Every year, members gather for the MTE Annual Meeting to vote for their Board of Directors, Nominating Committee, proposed bylaw changes and any other business that may come before the membership.

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Striving to augment the success of our member businesses and industries by fulfilling power needs reliably, inexpensively and personally. We've committed ourselves to being more than just an electric provider to our business and industrial members. Sure, we will take care of new business by…

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Help us learn about your broadband needs Middle Tennessee Electric’s broadband partner, United Communications, has begun installing broadband in our service area to improve the reliability of our system and to provide members access to high-speed internet. As we continue to develop our Smart…

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How does the program work?  Members who participate can claim the power generation of a block of solar panels for $20 per month. A block consists of 5.5 panels, and each residential member can subscribe to 1 or 2 blocks each month. Your monthly bill shows how much energy those panels generated…

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Your ideas are making us better. At Middle Tennessee Electric, you are not a customer but a member and owner of your local not-for-profit electric co-op. This membership provides opportunities to offer feedback to board members, leadership and employees. One important feedback tool is the Co-op…

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Before you get started, review our development checklist Only trees listed on the MTE Tree Planting Guidelines can be planted within any existing or proposed overhead power line rights-of-way. The developer shall provide and clear the initial 40-foot rights-of-way from "sky to ground" with…

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Comprehensive Service programs provide special services to our industrial and commercial members. These services include energy audits, compressed air studies, infrared testing, metering, load profiles, lighting audits, and billing analysis. Learn more about the Comprehensive Services…

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MTE has updated its specifications for new development to include provisions for a conduit design to accommodate Smart Grid communications. Planning for a future that delivers fiber optic connectivity to each meter will begin November 1, 2020. Complete construction standards are located at https…

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MTE Office Lobbies Are Open with COVID-19 Precautions  Middle Tennessee Electric is a member-owned cooperative and has been dedicated to serving its members at the highest possible levels since its founding more than 80 years ago…and especially in troubled times. When the COVID-19 Pandemic…

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MTE makes $80k in donations to bring $160k in support to area non-profit agencies Many residents throughout the Middle Tennessee Electric region have experienced financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The increased needs in our communities have had an economic impact on the non-profit…

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Don't fall for these common efficiency myths that can use more energy and cost you extra money on your energy bill. Myth #1 - Weather does not affect my electric bill. When temperatures dip, running the heat for long periods of time can result in a significantly higher bill. The larger the…

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Members assistance is available by calling 877-777-9020 Middle Tennessee Electric announced Sunday it would continue to suspend disconnections until March 2, 2021, as the area rebounds from recent winter storms. MTE encourages members to reach out if they are having trouble paying their bill…

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Middle Tennessee Electric is here to help The effects of last week’s frigid temperatures can linger longer than expected. As electric bills reflecting higher energy use from the recent cold weather begin to arrive, Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) reminds members that energy assistance money…

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Don’t let high bills catch you off guard this winter.  Plan ahead for season bill changes. During the winter months, MTE members will notice an increase in their electric bills. Knowing that winter weather is on the horizon, we encourage you to plan ahead, adjust your daily habits, and take…

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Make your home and your wallet feel warmer while using less energy. There’s a lot to enjoy about the winter months: holidays, sweater weather, and, if you’re lucky, maybe even a little snow. But when family and friends huddle indoors to stay warm, the electric bill can climb uncomfortably high.…

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Protect yourself and your solar investment by getting the right information. Talk to a ProSolar expert before you buy a solar PV system. MTE created the ProSolar program to give you the information you need to make smarter decisions when you decide to buy a solar PV energy system at your home…

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Now that warm weather has made its way to Middle Tennessee, it might seem impossible to keep your home cool enough without paying a big price. MTE is here to provide you with ways to improve your home’s energy efficiency and help save on summertime energy bills. Check out these tips to help you get…

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The program helps builders purchase technologies that are highly desired for efficiency, effectiveness, and longevity to make new homes more marketable. Additionally, participating homebuilders can receive the added marketing benefits of taking part in a program sponsored by TVA and MTE. The…

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Improve your energy consumption to save money on your monthly bill. We want to be your trusted advisor, continually offering tips and advice on how to get the most out of your electricity while also saving money. Our energy services team has gathered together a variety of articles and videos to…

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This service costs $25 but provides you detailed information to increase your home’s comfort and save money. eScore allows homeowners to work on energy efficiency improvements at their own pace and re-engaging with the program as many times as needed to achieve their home’s best possible energy…

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A general overview of our commitment to educating our membership. Link to: Extracurricular Programs In-School Programs Safety Demo Trailer SharingChange Scholarship Jay Sander's Contact Information

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Safe, reliable, and affordable electricity and innovation MTE began more than 80 years ago to electrify a few hundred rural homes, farms, and towns and has evolved to become one of the largest electric cooperatives in the country. Our territory serves hundreds of thousands of middle Tennesseans …

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  Energy Right Solutions for Business The Energy Right Solutions program provides an opportunity for businesses to receive incentives and possibly offset the investment costs of new energy projects at their facilities. Contact a Key Accounts Coordinator to find out more about…

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Below are some frequently asked questions related to the election and voting process. If you have additional questions, comments, or concerns about the election process, let us know at 877-777-9020 or send us an email.

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EV Charging Overview Depending on your needs and electrical capacity, you can purchase a charger — also known as Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) — to use at your home or business. There are three different charger levels: Level 1: 120-volt With a Level 1 charger, you can…

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Helping you save energy and money on your next appliance purchase We've partnered with TVA to offer another great tool for members looking to buy a new appliance. While your heating and cooling system uses the most energy in your home, appliances are also energy hogs. When you purchase a new…

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Below are the current fees, charges, and penalties you could see on your bill. Please note that we have several options to avoid some of these penalties or charges, so please reach out to us to learn more.

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How does it work?  Each $2 block is equivalent to adding 200-kilowatt hours of clean, renewable power to the grid. This month-to-month program is a great way to do your part to help preserve our planet.  Who should consider signing up?  Members looking to use renewable energy but don’t…

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The GMC credit provides significant power cost savings to qualifying manufacturers, which in turn helps retain manufacturing load in the Tennessee Valley. A strong manufacturing base helps keep TVA rates low for all members. View the General Manufacturing Credit guidelines here.

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How does it work?  Members who participate offset 100% of their electricity usage with renewable power while paying only 1 cent per kilowatt-hour. For example, if you use 1,248 kilowatt-hours in a month, we will add $12.48 to your bill. TVA generates the same amount of energy using renewable…

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How does it work?  MTE will help our members navigate the process, in partnership with TVA, to help them achieve their goals. MTE and TVA help manage the bidding process to get the lowest possible installation and purchase cost. The member will sign a contract to purchase renewable energy…

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Are you prepared for a winter outage? When winter temperatures drop and storms hit, it can be challenging to stay safe and warm. Winter storm severity varies depending on where you live, but everyone can be affected by extreme winter storms at some point. At MTE, we care about your safety, and…

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Our Energy Services team performs these checkups for our members at no additional cost. It’s just one of the benefits you get as an MTE member. Our professional Energy Service Coordinators come to your home at the scheduled time and provide you a list of ways to improve your home’s efficiency…

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The U.S. Department of Energy recommends homeowners replace their heating and cooling system every 10 to 15 years. MTE has partnered with TVA to bring you special financing on your unit’s upgrade or replacement. You’ll get significantly higher efficiency resulting in reduced energy consumption.…

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On May 11, 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt created the Rural Electrification Administration, thereby providing federal funds for rural electrification. On May 11, 1936, Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation was born after farmers, interest leaders and rural residents dedicated…

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How a heat pump works and why outside temperatures affect your bill It’s cold outside! This means your heating and air conditioner works harder and uses more electricity to keep you warm and comfortable. Let us explain why your energy use rises when the temperature outside goes down. Your…

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MTE and the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) are partnering to support the Home Uplift program, which funds home energy upgrades and strives to increase energy efficiency and home weatherization for low-income households. This partnership is the first of its kind in the Tennessee Valley and marks…

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PROTECT OUR ENVIRONMENT ONE TREE AT A TIME Before planting your tree, it’s important to choose the right location. If you don’t have a yard, ask your apartment complex, your school or a local park for permission to plant on their property. You can also plant your new tree in a large pot…

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This ensures inquiries and requests are handled in an efficient, timely manner to guarantee the highest level of member service. Key Accounts Coordinators (KAC) are responsible for oversight of energy management, contracts, rates, billing, outage information and assisting with load and maintenance…

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MTE is committed to helping our members. For decades, MTE has helped members by providing electricity to power opportunities in their daily lives. As one of the largest not-for-profit electric distribution cooperatives in the country, MTE has built programs and options designed to assist members…

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myMTEMC allows our members to receive notifications about their account information, service issues, and more. One great feature members can use is text alerts. These alerts are used to update you when an outage happens,  on outage restoration, and when your power has been restored. Here are the…

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We're here to serve you. If you can't find what you need, give us a call at 877-777-9020 or send us a message. Our support team will follow up with you on anything you can't find.

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Murfreesboro City Council passes measure to merge, MTE Board affirms agreement. Murfreesboro, Tennessee – January 10, 2020 – The Middle Tennessee Electric Board of Directors unanimously approved an agreement today to merge the Murfreesboro Electric Department into the Middle Tennessee Electric…

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MURFREESBORO, TN - The latest data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) show residential customers served by Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) and Murfreesboro Electric Department (MED) see energy prices that are more than 25 percent below the national average. During fiscal 2018…

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Note from Chris Jones, President & CEO With the holiday season comes a time for reflection.   This year has been historic in many ways. We have faced uncertainly and anxiety from extreme weather events and a global pandemic. It seems that everything has been different in 2020; change has been…

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Murfreesboro, Tenn. – Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) answered the call for help from Louisiana electric utilities early today by sending four line crews and equipment to rural Louisiana after Hurricane Laura knocked out power to over one million people when it made landfall on August 29. Due to…

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Murfreesboro, Tenn. – During the 2020 Annual Meeting held virtually Aug. 29, Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) members voted to add two subdistricts to the cooperative’s Board of Directors, representing the City of Murfreesboro.   On Sept. 1, MTE’s Nominating Committee appointed Ross Bradley and…

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Murfreesboro, Tenn. – After the devastating tornado tore across middle Tennessee at more than 50 miles per hour early Tuesday morning on March 3, Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) ultimately found itself with more than 42,000 member accounts without electricity.  The EF3 tornado left a path of…

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MURFREESBORO, TN – The merger between the Murfreesboro Electric Department (MED) and Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) became official and finalized today. “Now we begin bringing our two great teams together for the benefit of all those we serve,” said Chris Jones, MTE’s president and CEO. “While…

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100% renewable electricity for homes and small businesses No doubt about it – renewable green energy options are important to an increasing number of people around the globe. “We want to give our members more options when it comes to purchasing renewable energy, and we’re excited to add Green…

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Member Services Connectivity Update from Middle Tennessee Electric Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) is suspending all disconnections and payment fees as it continues to experience telephone and online communication disruptions after the Christmas Day bombing near AT…

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MTE Services Back Online Monday Following Christmas Bombing Disruptions Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) is pleased to report critical services such as service requests, outage reporting and payment processing will resume normal operation at 7 a.m. on Monday, December 28th. Members are…

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January 12, 2021 MIDDLE TENNESSEE ELECTRIC LAUNCHES NEW LOGO, BRANDING CAMPAIGN Murfreesboro, TN. – Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) announced an update to its brand today. MTE, whose legal name remains Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation, is making only the third brand update is…

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For Immediate Release – January 25, 2021 The Arbor Day Foundation has named Middle Tennessee Electric a 2021 Tree Line USA® utility to honor its commitment to proper tree pruning, planting and care in the utility’s service area. This marks the third consecutive year MTE has earned this…

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Middle Tennessee Electric provides members energy-saving tips as frigid weather approaches For Immediate Release – February 9, 2021 As colder temperatures settle in this weekend, Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) offers some simple energy-efficiency tips to help members manage their energy…

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MTE office to close early due to inclement weather Due to inclement weather and for the safety of Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) members and employees, MTE just announced it will be closing its member-facing office locations today at 3:00 p.m. The early closure will not impact continued 24/7…

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Proud to be a responsible corporate citizen in our communities As a not-for-profit electric cooperative, Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) is exempt from certain types of taxes, but it is still one of the largest taxpayers to local governments through the ad valorem tax. The Latin phrase ad…

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Middle Tennessee Electric urges spring storm preparedness and safety. Everyone loves sunny, warm days in spring. However, Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) urges members to be weather aware and not forget we’re in the spring storm season when the formation of supercell thunderstorms is most likely…

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GET TIPS TO SAVE ON CONSUMPTION, MONTHLY BILLS FROM ENERGY PROS MURFREESBORO, TENN. – Startled by a higher than usual electric bill after this winter’s bone-chilling cold waves? Want to learn some easy ways to conserve energy during those peak periods of unprecedented low temperatures, and the…

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Paying with cash just got more convenient! When it comes to paying your bill, convenience is key. Now, you can pay your bill at participating local retailers with the myMTEMC mobile app or web portal. Use your barcode in the myMTEMC app or on the web to pay your bill while you get groceries, gas…

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MTE as a “Top Performer” in five categories of the TVA EnergyRight suite of programs MURFREESBORO, TN. – Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) has been recognized as a “Top Performer” in five categories of the TVA EnergyRight suite of programs, including first place in the TVA’s seven-state service…

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Many Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) members are surprised to see their electric bills soar along side the temperature in the hottest months of the year. When sweltering heat arrives, it can be tempting to crank up the air conditioning to stay cool, but MTE says there are other steps your household…

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MURFREESBORO, TN – Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) leadership updated cooperative members on the organization’s health and answered questions directly from its members during its Annual Meeting, held virtually Aug. 28. In their report to the membership, Board Chairman Mike Woods and CEO Chris…

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Middle Tennessee Electric came away as the most decorated utility from the Tennessee Valley Lineman’s Rodeo this weekend in Jackson, Tenn. Competing with utilities across the Tennessee Valley, MTE claimed seven of the 12 places in overall results across four categories of competition. Leading…

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Chris Jones wins NRECA's J.C. Brown CEO Communication Leadership Award Murfreesboro, Tenn. – Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) President and CEO Chris Jones has received the 2022 J.C. Brown CEO Communication Leadership Award. The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) presented…

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Middle Tennessee Electric’s ad valorem tax payments increase to help local communities   As a not-for-profit electric cooperative, Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) is exempt from certain types of taxes, but it is still one of the largest taxpayers to local governments through the ad valorem tax…

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Middle Tennessee Electric Named 2022 Tree Line USA Utility by Arbor Day Foundation The Arbor Day Foundation has named Middle Tennessee Electric a 2022 Tree Line USA® utility to honor its commitment to proper tree pruning, planting and care in the utility’s service area. This marks the fourth…

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Here are a few ways you can help:  Pay attention to the No-Grow Zone to ensure reliable, safe utility services for you and your neighbors and the welfare of MTE line crews and contractors. Respect the easement around underground electrical equipment. This means no landscaping within 12 feet…

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Any member can be nominated for election to the Nominating Committee by submitting a petition not less than sixty days prior to the Annual Membership Meeting, provided they are not a current board director or have not been employed by MTE within the last five years. Members may pick up a petition…

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If you don't find the information you need online, give us a call, swing by a local office, or send us a message. We're here to serve you. If you can't find the information you are looking for, we'll have someone follow up with you about your question or concern. It's part of our commitment to you…

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Our office locations are closing today at 4:00 p.m. Drive-thru will open tomorrow, Feb. 17 at 8:00 am, and offices will open at 9:00 am for walk-in traffic. 

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MTE and TVA support local teacher’s effort to heal a community. For Immediate Release – December 8, 2020 While 2020 has been a challenge across the globe, Middle Tennessee took an extra hit in March when powerful tornadoes ripped through the area displacing hundreds of residents and…

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To view the current list, you can contact our Energy Services team or register through eScore online to find QCN contractors in your area.

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The rates MTE members pay for residential service rank among the lowest in the nation...in fact, MTE's residential rate is about 25 percent below the national average. Approximately 82 cents of every dollar MTE receives through member bill payments goes to TVA to purchase power, meaning the…

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The Wrong Way Incorrectly planting trees on the property has a negative impact on the benefits and aesthetics of your landscaping. Planting large-growing trees under utility lines often means disfigured trees in later years because they must be trimmed to prevent outages. Properly planting trees…

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Is your business temporarily closed or offering limited service? It can be a difficult time, but you can make the most of it by finding ways to save energy and money, and improve your operations, during the downtime. Here's some food for thought. Take comfort You can waste a lot of energy…

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May 4, 2020 - Murfreesboro, Tenn. – Residents in many Middle Tennessee communities experienced power outages overnight due to a line of severe thunderstorms and 70+ mph straight-line winds that passed through the area late Sunday afternoon. Beginning at approximately 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 3,…

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High winter bills? You can stop them cold Are you looking for ways to save money by reducing your energy use? Let MTE be your local trusted energy adviser. As a not-for-profit electric cooperative, our purpose is to make your life better. It’s part of our ongoing effort to serve our members in…

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All NISC iVUE applications including payment applications will be unavailable from 12:30 AM to 3:30 AM Friday morning, May 20.          

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MTE requires all new or expansion residential solar installations to have an interconnection application and agreement filled out, signed, and approved before beginning construction. MTE will have an engineer review the specifications and drawings to ensure a safe interconnection and make sure…

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MTE is committed to helping our members go solar. That's why we work to help members learn and understand emerging energy technology like solar, electric vehicles, and battery storage. If you have questions about solar, contact MTE and our in-house team of certified solar experts. The information…

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The Tesla Powerpack is a battery energy storage system (BESS) designed for a wide range of uses. In this pilot program, it will be used to reduce MTE’s energy demand charges from the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) and improve demand response time to its members when additional energy is needed.…

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A replacement tree may be provided free of charge on qualifying yard trees removed to improve the safety and reliability of MTE’s power system. If a replacement is granted, MTE recommends the following trees for replacement of such removals. They are all proven performers for our area. When…

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The Tennessee Magazine is published monthly by the Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association (TECA). The publication has a circulation of more than 550,000 around the world and is the most widely circulated monthly publication in the state of Tennessee. But, it’s more than just an electric…

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MTEMC currently offers some Time of Use rates. Key Account Coordinators can identify potential businesses that would benefit from switching to (TOU). This rate solution helps businesses have the information to assist them in making educated decisions on production times and shifts.

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As trusted partners of Middle Tennessee Electric, we want to thank our builders, contractors, vendors, and other businesses for our strong working relationship and provide you with an update on our approved material list. Many manufacturers and suppliers are experiencing supply chain issues…

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United Communications Awarded $1.3 million through the Tennessee Broadband Accessibility Grant to provide service to the Eagleville Community in Rutherford County Eagleville, Tenn. – April 7, 2020 – United Communications, Middle Tennessee’s leading provider of fiber and fixed wireless internet…

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Power restored to all impacted areas Residents and business in the Blackman and Gateway areas of Murfreesboro experienced a power outage today for several hours. At approximately 11:15 a.m., the Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) Blackman and Gateway Substations lost service from the Tennessee…

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The Nominating Committee of Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) announced today that Vanessa Hickman will serve on the MTE Board of Directors, completing the term of the seat vacated by the retirement of Tom Purkey. Hickman was nominated to the Board after submitting her candidacy during the…

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Each year, we sponsor a creative writing contest with an unforgettable, expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C., as its prize. Who gets to participate? High School Juniors When does it happen? June When is the deadline for entries? February 14 How do I enter to win? To enter the contest,…

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Connecting Communities by Sam Walsh in Williamson County It’s a busy day in our small town. There’s a refreshing mid-afternoon breeze that makes working for Mr. Lewis on his farm a little easier. He and everyone else in town don’t own a planting machine, so Mr. Lewis regularly hires the…

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MTE is fully aware of the mass adoption of electric vehicles (EVs). We are currently in the final phase of a two-year data collection pilot program, “Smart Charge Nashville.” At the conclusion of this pilot, we should have a firm strategy when it comes to EVs. Right now, we can offer advice and…

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This is a great question!  I think, however, there is a more important underlying principle that has to be addressed before diving into Distributed Energy Resources (DER) technology. That principle involves awareness and habits. You must first become aware of your energy usage and its impact on…

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Distributed energy resources (DER) are easier than ever to obtain today via the web and with the enormous number of DIY kits, videos, and how-to’s out there. Unfortunately,  some folks risk installing these technologies without being aware of the danger posed to MTE employees. Solar panel kits,…

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Since 2000, MTE has concentrated on building out its infrastructure and adding service offerings to meet the area’s rapid residential, commercial and industrial growth as Middle Tennessee's population continues to surge. That service approach continues today and has expanded to include renewable…

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Due to inclement weather and for the safety of Middle Tennessee Electric (MTE) members and employees, MTE just announced that it will be closing its office locations today at 3:00 p.m.  Offices are tentatively scheduled to re-open Friday at 9:00 a.m., weather permitting.  As always, MTE’s…

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When cold weather comes to Middle Tennessee every winter, members will often see their electric bills increase even though they haven’t changed their energy usage habits.  This is a question that comes up each year. It can be frustrating and confusing as members wonder what might have changed —…

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Each of the 23 rural electric cooperatives in Tennessee may sponsor two students at this three-day event. Held in Nashville at the Millennium Maxwell House Hotel, seminar activities include visits to Legislative Plaza, House, and Senate committee sessions, a tour of the Capitol building, leadership…

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