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Co-op Returning $4.6 Million to Members, Former Members

Your September bill this month shows a credit representing your share of $4.6 million the co-op is returning to active and former CCEC members.

Capital credits are unique to the cooperative business model. Unlike other types of companies, CCEC and other cooperatives do not have shareholders who expect to make money from the company’s profits. We are not-for-profit businesses that exist solely to provide electric service to our members.

When you pay your bill each month, you are contributing to the equity, or your share of ownership, of the cooperative.

Now Hiring: Line Superintendent and CSR-Dispatcher

CCEC has openings for two positions, line superintendent and customer service dispatcher.

We will be accepting applications through Sept. 13 for both of these jobs.

Learn more and apply here.

CCEC Invites Members to Join Advisory Group

We are seeking members to serve on the new CCEC Member Advisory Group (MAG).There are limited spaces on the MAG, so if you are interested in joining, please fill out the attached application and submit.

Looking Ahead With a Nod to the Past

New Mission and Vision

By CEO Jake Joplin

We recently kick-started a new strategic planning process at the cooperative, identifying long-term goals which will better serve our members. 

Salt Air and Recent Power Blinks

We are aggressively working to resolve "blinking" power to services along our transmission line from Maysville to Pine Knoll Shores that have occurred over the past few days.

Bright Ideas Education Grants: It Pays to be Early!

It pays to apply early for a Bright Ideas education grant! Teachers who submit their grant application by the Aug. 15 early bird deadline will be entered into a statewide drawing to win one of five $100 gift cards. 

The final deadline to apply for a Bright Ideas grant of up to $1,000 from CCEC and the Carteret-Craven Electric Foundation is Sept. 23.

CCEC Lineman Justin Williford Competes in Rescue Competition

Justin Williford, a Carteret-Craven Electric Co-op Apprentice Line Technician IV, joined 22 other electric cooperative line workers from across the state on Thursday, May 30 at the 2019 Pole Top Rescue compet

Co-op Supplies Power to Atlantic Beach during Duke Maintenance

Carteret-Craven Electric Cooperative provided power to the town of Atlantic Beach from March 31 through May 3 to avoid outages while Duke Energy Progress performed maintenance to its transmission system in Atlantic Beach.

CCEC and Duke have been working to set up a “backfeed” agreement to provide mutual assistance to benefit the community as a whole, and the assistance proved to be very helpful during Duke’s maintenance project.

2019 Annual Meeting Videos: Hurricane Florence & PrePay

The 2019 Annual Meeting featured two key events the cooperative experienced over the past year -- Hurricane Florence Power Restoration and our new PrePay Program.

Here are the videos:

Hurricane Florence

 

 

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