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Central Electric Cooperative, Parker, PA

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Central Electric Cooperative (CEC) is warning members of a phone scam that is targeting its members. The co-op is warning members to be aware of suspicious phone calls from those claiming to be representatives from CEC and offers the following tips:

 

* The phone scammers generally will call impersonating a co-op employee and will demand immediate payment over the phone, via a debit or credit card, and threaten disconnection. 

 

May is designated National Electrical Safety Month. Each year 43,900 home fires result in 438 deaths, 1,430 injuries, and $1.47 billion in property losses. Central Electric Cooperative (CEC) puts safety first and foremost in everything we do in providing energy you need. So let us review how everyone can make safety a high priority around our homes.

 

Spring is a season of changing weather, which can bring some powerful storms. With it can come power outages and other problems. One of them associated with power disturbances is a situation called "Low Voltage." I recently experienced this at my own house. It is easily recognized when house lights become dim and remain that way for a long time period.

 

Central Electric Cooperative (CEC) is proud to announce its 2017 Good Neighbor Scholarship winners. Selection was based on each candidate's merit for nonpaid service to community, church and school. Ten students of cooperative members will each receive a $2,000 scholarship to further their education. 

 

Central Electric Cooperative's (CEC) goal is to provide continual power. But recent spring storms have made it difficult to control  occasional power outages.

Many members are considering purchasing portable emergency generators to provide enough power to meet essential needs during these rare occasions. 

 

Bill Betros of Central Electric Cooperative (CEC) has been promoted to assistant operations manager.

 

Members of Central Electric Cooperative (CEC) experienced power interruptions May 1, 2 and 3 when intense storms with sporadic winds caused falling trees and power outages across the co-op's service territory of Allegheny, Armstrong, Butler, C

PARKER, Pa., May 1, 2017 - As part of Central Electric Cooperative's (CEC's) ongoing effort to improve system reliability, crews will inspect poles on circuits originating from Bullion and Nectarine substations, Venango County, and northern parts of Butler County.

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PARKER, Pa. May 1, 2017 - Brice Stewart of Central Electric Cooperative (CEC) has been promoted to chief lineman.

Saving water will save energy. Using water inappropriately will waste energy and resources. Here are some ways to be on guard against wasting water.

 

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