A bill headed to the governor would raise the amount of renewable energy sources used by state electric companies.

Efficiency Smart program helps Milford residents save on electric costs

Terry Rogers Government, Headlines, Milford Headline Story

For more than four years, the City of Milford has worked with Efficiency Smart. As a member of DEMEC, who is the wholesale electric supplier for the eight public power companies in Delaware, and a member of AMP, a joint action agency, offers the program to their customers. “There’s a DEMEC saying, and I am going to get in trouble …

A bill headed to the governor would raise the amount of renewable energy sources used by state electric companies.

DEMEC warns of possible electric rate hikes

Terry Rogers Government, Headlines, Milford Headline Story

At a recent workshop, Kimberly Schlichting, CEO of the Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation (DEMEC), warned of a possible rate increase due to changes at the Indian River Power Plant. Schlichting began her presentation by apologizing for bringing bad news. “I wish I was bringing better news, but if anything, misery loves company,” Schlichting said. “We’re not alone in what I’m …

Light Up Navajo brings electricity to areas without power

Terry Rogers Uncategorized

Developed as a pilot project in 2019, Light Up Navajo has provided power to people who have never had electricity before. The program is a partnership between the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority (NTUA) and the American Public Power Association (APPA), a national trade organization. Recently, 138 lineworkers from across the country, some from Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation (DEMEC), recently participated …

A bill headed to the governor would raise the amount of renewable energy sources used by state electric companies.

DEMEC provides Milford with Renewable Portfolio Plan

Terry Rogers Government, Headlines

by Terry Rogers     DEMEC provided the City of Milford with their annual renewable energy portfolio The Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation (DEMEC) provided the City of Milford with their Renewable Portfolio Plan as required by the Delaware General Assembly. This plan provides members with details on the organization’s approach to achieve renewable energy on behalf of members. Milford, along …

Understanding the Upcoming City of Milford Power Cost Adjustment

Terry Rogers Government, Headlines

    Chart with details on how electric rates in Milford may change The City of Milford, a community electric utility powered by the Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation (DEMEC), will be implementing a $0.00396 per kilowatt-hour (kWh) Power Cost Adjustment beginning in February.  The Power Cost Adjustment (PCA) is a required pass-through of DEMEC’s wholesale power cost increase billed to …

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City of Milford hires Adell as new Electric Superintendent

Terry Rogers Government, Headlines

Vince Adell will take over the role as Electric Supervisor with the City of Milford. The City of Milford recently hired Vincent Adell as the new Electric Superintendent.  In this role, Adell is responsible for direction and supervision of the City’s Electric Division, which includes operating and maintaining the city electrical system, trouble calls, installing of new aerial and underground …

Council hears DEMEC rate stability measures

Terry Rogers Government & Politics

Over the winter, after the state of Texas dealt with significant power outages due to winter weather, Councilman Brian Baer asked City Manager Mark Whitfield if council could hear what protections Milford has in place to prevent such a disaster from happening. On Mon., May 10, Kimberly Schlicting, COO of Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation (DEMEC) provided City Council with details …