Unclaimed Lower Valley Energy Money
(May 9, 2019) Afton, WY – One of the fundamental principles of a cooperative utility versus an investor-owned utility is the return of patronage capital (or equity). Lower Valley Energy injected over $4.4 million back into the local economies in 2018 by returning patronage capital back to its members. Each time you pay your Lower Valley Energy bill, you build equity in your energy cooperative. The amount of equity you earn is determined by the net margins – the amount of revenue collected in excess of expenses for that year.
We lost contact with some members and former members – and we have some monies that belong to these people in the form of unclaimed patronage capital. Do you know anyone on this list? https://www.lvenergy.com/wp-content/uploads/patcapital042619.pdf
Cooperative ownership brings you value year after year. The Lower Valley Energy team is committed to providing you with exceptional and reliable service at some of the lowest rates in the country. Lower Valley Energy appreciates your business and looks forward to serving you in the years to come.