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Claverack to Suspend Disconnects and Application of Late Fees

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting all of us in a variety of ways.  Claverack Electric wants to reassure our members that we are committed to keeping the power on for you as we work through this crisis together.  All departments will continue operating to maintain services and restore any outages that may occur.  Power outages can be reported by calling 1-800-326-9799.

Please Participate in the 2020 Census

If you receive an invitation to complete the 2020 Census, we urge to do so. The importance of rural residents participating in the Census is highlighted in the January edition of Penn Lines.  Click on the link below to access the article.

Osterhout Substation Area Work

Tree MD will be working in our rights of ways in the Osterhout substation area.  All trucks will be clearly marked and representatives will have photo ID.  All members in this area have received (or will receive) notification by mail.  If you have any concerns about the project, please contact our office at 1-800-326-9799.

Middletown Substation Area Work

Asplundh Tree Experts will be working in our rights of ways in the Middletown substation area.  All trucks will be clearly marked and representatives will have photo ID.  All members in this area have received (or will receive) notification by mail.  If you have any concerns about the project, please contact our office at 1-800-326-9799.

Meshoppen Substation Area Work

TreeMD is currently working in our rights of ways in the Meshoppen substation area.  All members in this area have received notification by mail.  If you have any concerns about the project, please contact our office at 1-800-326-9799.

The Weather DOES Affect Your Bill

As the outside temperature changes, it's important to remember that the weather does affect your bill!  In addition, you usually pay for electricity 4-6 weeks after use.  Be sure to look at the timeframe your most recent bill covers - the previous reading date through the current reading date.  

Monthly electric bills can increase by over $100 per device by using:

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.

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