Phone Scam Targeting Co-op Members

Some members of A&N Electric Cooperative have reported attempted phone scams targeting our service area.

In this instance, the cooperative’s phone number has been spoofed by the scammer, so the cooperative’s name displays on the caller ID.

The member is then presented with a recorded message claiming they are the subject of a lawsuit and prompting them to press option 1.

2021 Annual Meeting

5 Directors Re-Elected at 81st Annual Meeting

Co-op Addresses COVID-19, Pre-Paid Metering, Broadband and More

A&N Electric Cooperative members re-elected five of their peers to continue serving on the cooperative’s Board of Directors, during its 81st Annual Meeting, held on Aug. 26.

Residential Disconnect Moratorium Has Ended; Past-Due Members are Urged to Contact A&N

The residential utility disconnection moratorium ended on Aug. 29. If you are a cooperative member who is struggling to pay your electric bill or get caught up please contact the cooperative immediately.
We are ready to work with any members who are carrying a past-due electric service balance due to COVID-19. Since the beginning of the pandemic, A&N Electric Cooperative has regularly reached out to members with past-due balances in the hopes of establishing payment arrangements.

Cooperative Blood Drive Exceeds Goal

A&N Electric Cooperative employees rolled up their sleeves to help the community in July by hosting an American Red Cross blood drive at its Tasley facility.
The event, organized by the cooperative’s employee nonprofit Lighting the Way, was a success, collecting a total of 24 units of blood and passing the group’s goal of 18 units.
“Our employees came together to help support a much-needed cause,” said Lighting the Way President Holly Bundick. “We were happy to organize this event, and the number of donations exceeded our expectations.”