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The power cost adjustment (PCA) factor is a mechanism used by the Grand River Dam Authority to pass along its cost of fuel and purchased power to its customers. The PCA, whether it increases or decreases, is typically passed along to the City's customers through its electric rates.
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Customers often ask us if their higher than average electric bill could be due to a meter that is malfunctioning? The City of Collinsville has upgraded to the latest in technology, an Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) system. The AMI system has many benefits to the customer such as:
In fact, your meter is actually your greatest tool in helping track down inefficient or malfunctioning appliances
Collinsville purchases its power from the Grand River Dam Authority, which is based in Vinita, OK.