New Bill Comparison Tool

SDCEA Launches New Bill Comparison Tool
Members can access the tool through SmartHub to help save energy and money.

Sangre de Cristo Electric Association is pleased to announce the release of a new web and mobile tool for its members to easily compare their electric bill with a new proposed rate structure versus their existing rate. The bill comparison tool will be accessible through SmartHub, the electric cooperative’s online portal, located on the SDCEA website.

This is the first time SDCEA has offered a tool for members to better understand the changes to their electric bill and track their energy usage over time.

In addition, the bill comparison tool allows members to see what their bill may look like under one of two introductory opt-in rates currently being proposed by the SDCEA board of directors. These potential rates will give members the opportunity to save money on their bills by adjusting when they use electricity to avoid peak-energy-use periods. For more information on these innovative rates, go to

“We are thrilled to offer our members this new tool to help them better understand their energy usage,” said SDCEA Manager of Finance Sarah Crites. “Our goal is to help members manage their energy costs and help them make informed decisions about their energy usage. This new tool is a step in that direction, and we are excited to see how it will help our members save money and energy.”

To access the bill comparison tool, members can log into SmartHub by using the yellow Account Sign In button at the top of this page. Once on the landing page go to the Profile Tab and select Documents. From there, members can view and compare their electric bills and see how their usage and costs have changed over time. Members may also request an email or printed results of their bill comparison by submitting a request form found at the bottom of the page or by calling the SDCEA main office.

SDCEA is a not-for-profit electric cooperative serving 14,000 member accounts in Chaffee, Fremont, Custer, Lake, and Saguache counties.