Accomack CARES Act funding to help with utility bills

Accomack County has earmarked some of its CARES Act funding to assist local residents with paying their past due utility bills, if they have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Cooperative members residing in Accomack County who have accrued a past due balance on their electric service bills due to COVID-19 are urged to pick up an application at the Accomack County Department of Social Services. Anyone unable to pick up an application should contact the department at 757.787.1530. The deadline to apply is Nov. 30, 2020.

Co-op Launches Redesigned Bill in October

A&N has redesigned your electric bill statements. The new design will be available with bill statements generated in October. 

The new format was designed to make your bill easier to read and understand. In addition to all of the billing details you are accustom to viewing, we now have the opportunity to provide you with additional information.

The enhanced bill statement features include: 

Shockley Appointed to Co-op Board

W.E. “Ted” Shockley III, who lives near Belle Haven, was selected as the District 3 Director by the A&N Electric Cooperative board, filling the seat held by the late R. Wayne Browning Sr.

Shockley is the owner and founder of Eastern Shore First, a monthly newsmagazine featuring the people, places and history of the Eastern Shore of Virginia.

Co-op Prepared for the Local Effects of Isaias

A&N Electric Cooperative is prepared for the local effects of Tropical Storm Isaias.

The National Weather Service has issued a Tropical Storm Warning for our area, which should begin to see effects from the storm as early as tomorrow morning. The Eastern Shore is expected to see heavy rain and tropical storm force winds associated with the storm. With heavy rain and strong winds, there is a potential for power outages from fallen limbs and trees.