Fire Prevention Week: Oct. 8-14 Fire moves very fast – once your smoke alarm sounds, you could have less than two minutes to get out safely. To keep you and your family safe, practice your escape plan with every member of your family using these tips from the Hartselle Fire Department:
There will be an increase in HU’s Electric rates effective October 1, 2017. HU’s residential customer charge will increase by $1.00 per month and the energy charge will increase by $.0005 per kWh. The monthly increase for our average residential customer, who uses 1,217 kWh per month, will be $1.61. HU will also pass through More >>>
Hartselle Mayor Randy Garrison and the Hartselle City Council recently appointed retired General Manager Ferrell Vest to the vacant seat on the HU Board of Directors, and reappointed Terry Phillips to another term.
HU is excited to have two new faces in our Customer Service Department: Sarah Standridge and Carla Wigginton both joined our team in July. Sarah Standridge is a cashier. Sarah’s background in banking and retail sales has provided her the skills to make an immediate, positive impact to our Customer Service Department. She recently obtained More >>>
Street and outdoor lights go out – it’s a fact of life. Bulbs burn out, wires get frayed, and photocells get old. We want to keep street and outdoor lights working as they should, but we can’t fix lights that are out if we don’t know about them. Street and outdoor lights should come on More >>>
At the September 18 Board Meeting, representatives from the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) recognized Hartselle Utilities for placing 10th in the TVA service area – out of 154 local power companies – for overall program savings in the EnergyRight Solutions program, compared to the utility’s electric sales. Hartselle Utilities was recognized for helping TVA exceed energy efficiency and demand response More >>>