Crossroads Energy® Metered Propane. Exclusively for Noble REMC electric customers, Crossroads Energy is a unique and convenient metered propane service.
Crossroads Energy customers pay for their propane only when they use it and are billed with their electric bill. One payment pays both services and the customer avoids paying for large tank fill-ups. Automatic Payment Plan and SmartHub are available. The tank and propane are the property of Crossroads Energy.
In a volatile energy environment, the key component of this plan is the guaranteed per gallon price offered by Crossroads Energy. That’s right ~ when the price per gallon is established, it is good through the heating season until the end of March. Call and ask about the current price, tank set availability and installation pricing.
In order to participate, you must have a good credit history and a deposit may be required.
Customers are provided with a 500-gallon tank at a no charge lifetime lease with a minimum of 600 gallons per year usage. Using less than 600 gallons results in a 20 cents per gallon charge for the difference.
Noble REMC installs a meter at the house that is read each month along with your electric meter. The gallons that you have used will appear on your electric bill. There is no metering charge.
Normal installation cost for a propane tank switch-out is up to $150 (this charge can be divided over your first three bills). There could be additional charges for the installation depending on the materials used.
A signed contract is necessary.
If the home is a rental property, the contract must be in the landlord’s name, with billing going to the renter.
Restrictions do apply.
Call our customer service department at 260-636-2113 or 800-933-7362 and ask for Pam or Tina for more information.
Crossroads Energy® is the brand name used by Cooperative’s Energy, LLC., a company jointly owned by North Central Cooperative, Inc. and Noble Technologies, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Noble County Rural Electric Membership Cooperative, Inc.
Each spring, turn off heaters that you use only in the winter: Heat tape, livestock tank heaters, block heaters. These are easily forgotten and can add quite a bit to your monthly power bill.