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2018 Annual Meeting Plans

Planning for Claverack's 2018 Annual Meeting is underway!

The meeting will be held on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at Elk Lake High School in Springville, PA.

Highlights will include:

  • Door prizes
  • Barbecued chicken dinner
  • Educational exhibits
  • Live entertainment 
  • $10 bill credit for all registered members

More information will be mailed to you closer to the date of the event, but here is a schedule for planning purposes:

Padmounted Transformer Inspections Underway

Over the next several months, Claverack crews will be inspecting padmounted transformers and equipment throughout our service territory.  Employees will open the equipment to install tags, place new labels on the units and may remove obstructions from the surrounding area.  If power needs to be temporarily disconnected for the work to be done, the crew will knock on the door to alert the member.  Most work will not require the disconnection of power.  The people performing this work will be in clearly marked Claverack vehicles.  If you have any q

Capital Credits - Do We Owe You Money? Check the 2017 list!

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.

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:

Right of Way Work-Franklin Forks Areas

ACRT, a forestry consulting contractor, is working in parts of our Franklin Forks substation service area. Representatives will be in vehicles clearly marked with ACRT. A representative from Asplundh will then attempt to contact each property owner prior to any vegetation management work beginning.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Claverack's main office at 1-800-326-9799.

ACRT & Claverack

ACRT, Inc. will continue working with Claverack right-of-way crews during 2018.  You may see representatives on your property during this time.   They will be driving white vehicles clearly marked with ACRT, as well as magnetic signs to indicate that they have been contracted by Claverack.  They will also carry ID badges with them at all times.  If you have any questions or concerns, please call our main office at 1-800-326-9799.  Thank you for your cooperation as we work to improve the reliability of our system.

2016 Claverack Annual Report

Our 2016 Annual Report was published in the July edition of Penn Lines.  Please click here to see all that your Cooperative accomplished during the past year.


Penn Lines - Link to Digital Version

We receive many calls from our current and former members asking about Penn Lines, our monthly magazine.  We've added a quick link to our website to allow access to the digital version of the magazine and the local Claverack pages no matter where you are!  Just click on the Penn Lines button on the far left of our homepage to enjoy.


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