News

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.

Office Closed Friday, July 3rd

The A&N Electric Cooperative Tasley headquarters will be closed on Friday, July 3rd in observance of Independence Day.

If you experience an outage or electrical service emergency during this time please report it by calling 757.787.9750 or by using the cooperative's SmartHub app. The Tasley office will reopen for normal business hours at 7:30 a.m. on Monday, July 6th.

Please have a safe and happy 4th of July weekend!

Proposed Streamlined Rate Case Rules for Electric Cooperatives

Virginia’s Electric Cooperatives Proposed Amendments to Virginia State Corporation Commission Streamlined Rate Case Rules for Electric Cooperatives

A&N Electric Cooperative, working together through the Virginia, Maryland & Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives, has applied to the Virginia State Corporation Commission to amend the Streamlined Rate Case Rules for Electric Cooperatives, a set of administrative rules for setting electric rates.

Phone Scam Targets Members

Some members of A&N Electric Cooperative have reported attempted phone scams targeting our service area. An automated message from a scammer claims to represent Dominion Power and informs the co-op member that their electric service is in danger of being disconnected.

Please be on the alert for this scam and other scams that are trying to exploit the current COVID-19 situation. In this instance the call is claiming to be from a utility that does not provide electric service to this area.

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