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Jake Joplin is taking over the leadership reins from CEO and General Manager Craig Conrad who retires this month.
Credit applied to members' September bills
We have updated our billing and payment envelopes. Please note the changes so you don't inadvertently overlook your electric bill when it comes in the mail.
If you are installing a pool in your yard, you need to know that the National Electrical Safety Code requires a 22.5 foot clearance in any direction from the water level, edge of pool, diving platforms, pool sliding boards or other fixed pool-related structure to the overhead electric service line, and a 25-foot clearance from overhead primary lines. The code applies to in-ground and above-ground pools, hot tubs, and the like.
We want members to be aware that a company known as Doxo, Inc., which is not affiliated with CCEC, is using our contact information and reputation to market its online bill payment service to potential customers.
If you receive a solicitation to purchase green or renewable energy from an entity other than your cooperative, what is the seller selling? Recently, we were made aware of an out-of-state company that is marketing “renewable energy” to CCEC members and
Carteret-Craven Electric Cooperative members on the organization’s “medical priority” list need to have a backup plan when power outages are likely to occur during any major storms.
Members on the priority list have a special seal affixed to their meter bases, which identifies them as medical priority patients to all CCEC field personnel. Medical Priority means that a co-op member or someone in the member’s household has a medical condition that requires part-time or continuous use of specialized medical equipment that must have electricity to operate.