Outage Updates

To report your outage, please call us at 1-800-879-0339 or report it via SmartHub 

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Corn Belt Energy will have a planned outage on Thursday, October 26, impacting approximately 1,964 members in the following areas: Armington, Atlanta, Deer Creek, Delavan, Emden, Hartsburg, Hopedale, Lincoln, Mackinaw, McLean, Minier, Morton, Pekin, Stanford, and Tremont. Due to our transmission provider the feed to five of our substations will be de-energized for approximately 12 hours starting Thursday, October 26, at 12 am. Corn Belt Energy will make every effort to back feed as many members as possible. However, please be prepared for outages during this timeframe. As part of this effort, we ask members to not run any grain dryers and curtail electricity usage as much as possible from 12 am to 12 pm on Thursday, October 26. The result of the work to be completed during this outage will provide a more robust transmission feed and thus improve reliability for our members. If you have any questions in regard to this outage, please contact us at 800-879-0339.


 


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Corn Belt Energy Corporation distributes electricity to approximately 36,000 households and businesses throughout 18 counties. As a not-for-profit energy cooperative, Corn Belt Energy is owned by the members it serves and is committed to providing reliable, affordable energy. Governed by 13 directors who are themselves residential members, Corn Belt also supports energy efficiency, education, and safety initiatives.


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GeoCents

Whether you are in the process of new construction, updating HVAC systems or just looking into geothermal as a heating and cooling alternative, Corn Belt Energy's GeoCents program makes geothermal more affordable. Corn Belt Energy will pay to have the geothermal loops (the outside loops that go into your yard) installed at your home. In turn, you will pay a monthly fee to be able to utilize the loops.