LCEC has added an enhancement to the existing online energy tool. Now, in addition to allowing customers to view their usage on a daily basis to understand how their daily habits affect their bills, LCEC has added a temperature range (high/low) overlay.
This enhancement will help customers understand daily energy usage as it relates to the weather. The temperature is being provided by the weather station at Page Field in Fort Myers so actual temperatures may vary. LCEC customers can view their daily energy usage by visiting www.lcec.net and then logging into Web Self Service, said Laura Puerto, LCEC public relations specialist in a press release this week.
Established in 1940, Lee County Electric Cooperative Inc. (LCEC) is a not-for-profit electric distribution cooperative serving Cape Coral, North Fort Myers, Marco Island, Sanibel and Captiva Islands, Pine Island, Everglades City, Immokalee, Ave Maria, and parts of Lehigh Acres.
Puerto said LCEC is committed to providing efficient, reliable, cost-competitive electric and emerging energy solutions and excellent service to their customers.
LCEC is a major contributor to the local economy as one of the largest employers in Lee County with nearly 400 employees and by its support of many local agencies through charitable giving and volunteerism programs, including the United Way, American Heart Association, Habitat for Humanity, Junior Achievement and local school districts.