Tag Archives: OCT18

Helping Neighbors in Need Through Operation Warm

No one likes paying more for their utilities during extremely cold or hot weather. But for some residents – the elderly, people with disabilities, families with a health crisis and those with low incomes – high utility bills can bring heartbreakingly difficult choices, such as having to choose between paying for food or keeping the More >>>

Rate changes effective October 1

There will be an increase in HU’s Electric rates effective October 1, 2018. HU’s residential customer charge will increase by $1.00 per month and the energy charge will increase by $.00047 per kWh. The monthly increase for our average residential customer, who uses 1,238 kWh per month, will be $1.58. HU will also pass through More >>>

Employee Promotions

Hartselle Utilities is pleased to announce the promotion of Bo Cowart to the position of Gas System Operator in the Engineering Services Department. Bo joined HU in November of 2003, so he brings with him nearly 15 years of experience in the utility industry. Bo is excited to expand his knowledge base as he moves More >>>

When Temps Drop: Tips to Keep Your Energy Costs Down

Last year on Christmas Day, many Hartselle residents were wearing shorts because the weather was so mild. It was easy to overlook the extremely cold days in January, until February and March utility bills arrived. With record-setting cold temperatures in January – Tuesday, Jan. 7 set an all-time high for energy usage across TVA’s system More >>>