Complaint Department Numbers and Emails

Great Lakes Energy Cooperative Customer Service Complaints Department

Complaint Department Numbers and Emails

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About Great Lakes Energy Cooperative

Established in 1939, Great Lakes Energy Cooperative is a member-owned electric cooperative that provides reliable and affordable electricity to over 100,000 members throughout Michigan’s Lower Peninsula. To ensure sustainability of its services, the co-op utilizes renewable energy sources such as wind and solar power. Additionally, customers can take advantage of programs like Operation Round Up®, which allows them to round up their monthly bills for donations towards local charities; SmartHub® online account management tools; free home energy audits; rebates on efficient appliances or insulation upgrades; community outreach events including safety demonstrations at schools across northern Michigan.

What is Great Lakes Energy Cooperative's phone and customer care email?

You can call Great Lakes Energy Cooperative’s customer service phone number at (888) 485-2537 and you can email their corporate office at info@gtlakes.com

What is Great Lakes Energy Cooperative's corporate address?

Great Lakes Energy Cooperative’s corporate address is Great Lakes Energy Cooperative , PO Box 70 , 1323 Boyne Ave., Boyne City,, Michigan, 49712, United States.

What's the best time to contact them?

To contact Great Lakes Energy Cooperative, you should call during their business hours which are Monday to Friday from 8am-5pm ET.

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