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Herrick Substation Work

Progressive Solutions will be working in our rights of ways in the Herrick substation area.  All trucks will be clearly marked.  All members in this area have received notification by mail and will receive an automated phone call, as well.  If you have any concerns about the project, please contact our office at 1-800-326-9799.

Right-of-Way Herbicide Use

Click here  to access an article about herbicide use on our rights-of-way by our Right of Way Program Manager, Joshua Baublitz.

Below, please find links to additional articles regarding this topic:

Claverack Cancels Annual Meeting Gathering

To protect the health and safety of its members and employees, Claverack Rural Electric Cooperative has canceled the gathering portion of its 83rd annual meeting due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic.

Claverack Reminds Members of the Importance of Payments to Accounts

We understand the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in hardships for many of our consumer-members.  Although we have temporarily suspended the application of late fees and service disconnections due to nonpayment, we want to work with our members in order to avoid future termination of electric service due to unpaid bills.

2019 Claverack Annual Report

Our 2019 Annual Report is now available for viewing.  Please click here to see all that your Cooperative accomplished during the past year.


The Spotted Lanternfly is Getting Closer

Claverack Members: Please be aware that the SPOTTED LANTERNFLY is very close to our area. Visit the website below to see the surrounding counties where many of us travel for work, shopping or just passing through. By clicking on the Quarantine Compliance link toward the bottom of the page, you can find a comprehensive checklist to follow to help keep the spotted lanternfly from spreading. 

Click here for the Penn State Extension website

NEW! List of Unclaimed Capital Credits - Do We Owe You Money?

When the Cooperative has margins (revenues minus expenses) at the end of the year, those margins are allocated (spread) to active members based on their electric usage during that year. Annually, the board of directors determines if the Cooperative is in a financial position to distribute any margins or capital credits back to the members. This is called a capital credit retirement and is given to the members in either a bill credit, or in the case of an inactive member, a check.

Claverack Returning $1.7 Million in Capital Credits to Members

Claverack Rural Electric Cooperative will return $1.7 million in capital credits to members and former members of the cooperative beginning in mid-May.


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