TVA’s Board of Directors approved a 1.5% rate increase, effective October 1, 2014.
Learn more.

AEC General Manager Greg Williams spoke to the TVA Board on behalf of the Cooperative's members, stressing the importance of keeping electric rates as low as possible.

AEC General Manager Greg Williams spoke to the TVA Board on behalf of the Cooperative’s members, stressing the importance of keeping electric rates as low as possible.

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The Co-op’s annual meeting is just around the corner,
and you’re invited

The 2014 annual meeting of the members of Appalachian Electric Cooperative promises to be the biggest and best yet. From door prizes and a $15 attendance credit on your electric bill to elections and a free lunch, there are lots of reasons to come join your friends and neighbors at this special event.

Learn more about the 2014 annual meeting

outage map - RED - for FBAEC’s outage management map

AEC has a brand-new outage map! For the first time ever, AEC is providing visual information displaying the location and extent of outages on our electric system.  The map is refreshed automatically, in order to display current information. This tool is provided to keep our members informed. It’s important to note that AEC does not accept outage reports via electronic media. To report a power outage, please call our main number.

 

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Know what’s below.
And the only way to do that is to CALL FIRST.
Ready to tackle some improvement projects? Before you pick up a shovel, pick up the phone–and call 811. Doing so can protect you and your property, and help avoid utility service disruptions. Underground lines will be marked for free, thus preventing inadvertent contact while digging. All it takes is one phone call. Make that your first step, and you’ll be glad you did.