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615 771 1912
5005 Meridian Boulevard, Ste. 150, Franklin, TN 37067

Williamson County Electricity

All electricity in Williamson County is transmitted by the Tennessee Valley Authority, the largest public provider of power in the nation, and distributed to commercial and residential customers through MTEMC and NES power companies.

 

Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation (MTEMC)

The MTEMC supply’s electricity to about 180,000 residential and business members in a four-county area south of Nashville (Williamson, Wilson, Rutherford, Cannon).

Formed by farmers and homeowners in 1936, MTEMC has grown to become the state’s largest electric cooperative and the sixth largest in the United States.

Please click here to see the Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Fact Sheet.

Nashville Electric Service (NES)

NES, one of the 12 largest public electric utilities in the U.S., began operations in August 1939. NES is the operating name of the Electric Power Board of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County. They service a small portion of northern Williamson County residents and business.

NES does not generate power. All electrical energy distributed to customers is purchased from the Tennessee Valley Authority, the nation’s largest generator of electricity.

 

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Sample Electric Bill           Load Factor Calculator 

Electric Rates – Residential

Customer charge: $11.83 per month

Energy Charge¢ per kWh per month
Summer Period10.071
Winter Period9.780
Transition Period9.600

Electric Rates – Commercial

1. Peak Demand is less than 50 kW

Customer charge: $25.38 per delivery point per month

Energy Charge¢ per kWh per month
Summer Period11.199
Winter Period10.909
Transition Period10.728

 2. Peak Demand is greater than 50 kW and less than 1,000 kW

Customer charge: $156.87 per delivery point per month

Demand Charge$ per kW over 50 per month
Summer period13.59
Winter period12.76
Transition period12.76

Energy Charge ¢ per kWh
Summer PeriodFirst 15,000 kWh per month at11.114
Additional kWh per month at6.272
Winter periodFirst 15,000 kWh per month at10.824
Additional kWh per month at6.272
Transition periodFirst 15,000 kWh per month at10.643
Additional kWh per month at6.272

3. Peak Demand is greater than 1,000 kW and less than 5,000 kW

Customer charge: $818.95 per delivery point per month

Demand Charge$ per kW
Summer periodFirst 1,000 kW of billing demand per month, at13.39
Excess over 1,000 kW of billing demand per month, at15.33
Winter periodFirst 1,000 kW of billing demand per month, at12.55
Excess over 1,000 kW of billing demand per month, at14.50
Transition periodFirst 1,000 kW of billing demand per month, at12.55
Excess over 1,000 kW of billing demand per month, at14.50

Energy Charge¢ per kWh per month
Summer period6.210
Winter period6.210
Transition period6.210

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