THE RUSSELLVILLE ELECTRIC BOARD
The Russellville Electric Board is a customer of the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), which provides electricity to utilities throughout our region. We have some of the most competitive utility rates in the country and one of the lowest electric rates of any TVA distributor. Our electric rates are primarily based on the cost established by TVA.
Outdoor Security Lighting
The Electric Board is pleased to offer dusk to dawn lighting for homes and businesses at a low cost that provides light for safety and security. The light, controlled by a photocell, turns on at sunset and off at sunrise.
The Electric Board will maintain the security light. If the light fails to work properly, contact us and a service technician will make repairs at no cost to you.
Energy Right Program
The Energy Right Program from TVA will help you conserve energy in your home and in turn save money on your electric bill. Click on the links below to access the website for information on energy saving tips, a free home energy e-Valuation, how to read your electric meter, energy right programs for new homes, heat pumps and water heaters and other valuable information. If you are interested in tracking your electricity usage, your electric meter will tell you how much you are using from month to month.
A copy of the Electric Board’s Schedule of Rules and Regulations together with a copy of the Distributor’s Schedule of Rates and Charges are open for inspection at the office located at 721 Jackson Avenue South, Russellville, Al 35653 during normal business hours.
With the new In-Home Energy Evaluation Program, you can reduce your power usage and receive a cash incentive or financing assistance for installing home energy improvements. For more information click here
to access the website. If you would like to set up an appointment to get an In-Home Evaluation, please call 1-866-441-1430.
The Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) is launching a commercial and industrial loan program for energy saving and renewable energy projects. Click here
for more information.
Electrical Safety at Home
Everyone should be aware of potential electrical hazards and concerns at home. To learn more about how to keep you and your family safe, please click on the following links:
ESFi – Electrical Safety Foundation International – Safety Tips
Click here to open the website in a new window.