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It pays to apply early for a Bright Ideas education grant! Teachers who submit their grant application by the Aug. 15 early bird deadline will be entered into a statewide drawing to win one of five $100 gift cards.
The final deadline to apply for a Bright Ideas grant of up to $1,000 from CCEC and the Carteret-Craven Electric Foundation is Sept. 23.
Justin Williford, a Carteret-Craven Electric Co-op Apprentice Line Technician IV, joined 22 other electric cooperative line workers from across the state on Thursday, May 30 at the 2019 Pole Top Rescue compet
Carteret-Craven Electric Cooperative provided power to the town of Atlantic Beach from March 31 through May 3 to avoid outages while Duke Energy Progress performed maintenance to its transmission system in Atlantic Beach.
CCEC and Duke have been working to set up a “backfeed” agreement to provide mutual assistance to benefit the community as a whole, and the assistance proved to be very helpful during Duke’s maintenance project.
The 2019 Annual Meeting featured two key events the cooperative experienced over the past year -- Hurricane Florence Power Restoration and our new PrePay Program.
Here are the videos:
CCEC Member Charles Ringo is a fan of our new PrePay program.
Come have a meal with your board members, your neighbors and your co-op employees on May 2 at Glad Tidings Church in Morehead City. Yes, it’s time for our annual meeting.
So here’s the offer in a nutshell: you give us about three hours of your time, and in return you’ll get:
CCEC has earned the Certificate of Safety Achievement for 2018, a reflection of the co-op’s commitment to a culture of safety.
CCEC Safety Coordinator Ryan Weston accepted the award at the NC Electric Cooperatives’ annual meeting in Raleigh on April 3.
Five area high school seniors are heading off to college this fall with some financial help from the Carteret-Craven Electric Foundation. These students were selected from 25 applicants vying for scholarships of up to $4,000 each for four years of school. To qualify, the students had to be college-bound high school seniors and live on Carteret-Craven Electric Cooperative's lines.
Celebrating 25 years of support for creative learning, the Bright Ideas Education Grant program is now accepting applications for the 2019-20 school year.