Allow at Least 6 Feet for Safety

Please allow at least 6 feet for safety.

A&N Electric Cooperative is asking our members that if you encounter any co-op employees or contractors working in the field, please avoid interacting with them.

We are happy to address your concerns or answer any questions you have by calling our office representatives at 787-9750.

All field engineering, operational and construction staff are under strict guidelines to avoid contact with others. So please help us by practicing social distancing at all times.

ANEC to Waive Disconnects and Associated Fees During State of Emergency

TASLEY, Va. - Because of the serious nature of our community’s health and welfare, A&N Electric Cooperative understands the hardship its members are facing during the COVID-19 outbreak. Until further notice, disconnections and related fees will be waived for residential members as we all work through our current state of emergency.

The cooperative will also be working closely with its businesses members, small and large commercial and the agricultural community.

Extended Drive-Thru Ends This Month

Due to lack of member interest, the cooperative's extended hours on Fridays will end this month.

Our drive-thru will remain open until 6 p.m. on Fridays for the remainder of March. After March 27th, the cooperative's drive-thru will operate under normal office hours from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Other payment options, such as SmartHub or our phone payment line are still available to members 24/7.

More information on bill payment options

Phone Scam Targeting Co-op Members

The cooperative has had several members call recently to report an automated call advising A&N Electric Cooperative “customers” need to pay their bill immediately to avoid disconnect. The scam call is originating from the phone number 757-857-2112.

While A&N Electric Cooperative may contact members by phone for various reasons, the cooperative will never call to demand payment by a certain method or threaten an immediate disconnection of service if payment is not received.

Co-op Lineworkers Bring Electricity to Bolivian Villages

Fifteen volunteer electric cooperative lineworkers recently returned to the United States from Bolivia with heavier beards, weary eyes and thinner waistlines.

But what they left behind after two and a half weeks of hard labor will endure long after they trim their whiskers and catch up on their sleep.

The lineworkers brought electricity for the first time to 52 households across five communities in the Oruro region of the South American nation.

Electric Cooperatives Accepting College Scholarship Applications


Electric cooperatives in Virginia, Maryland and Delaware are accepting applications for their popular scholarship from high school seniors who intend to pursue higher education studies.

The scholarships are awarded by the Virginia, Maryland & Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives’ Education Scholarship Foundation. Since 2001, the foundation has provided almost 800 scholarships to graduating high school students totaling more than $680,000.