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We May Have Money for You!

We are holding more than $1.8 million in unclaimed money, and want to get it back to its owners.

Ways to Lower Energy Use During Summer Heat Wave

The biggest way to reduce energy use and costs during a summer heat wave is to raise the thermostat for your air conditioning. You need to find the highest setting that is mostly comfortable for you; it might be 80 degrees for one person and 82 degrees for another.

In extreme heat, if your setting is too low, your air conditioning unit will never reach the desired temperature, but it will keep running, and your electric meter will keep spinning.

Nudge the setting up and try these additional measures to stay cool and not get burned by high summer electric bills.

Co-op Welcomes Three New Hires

Three new employees have joined the CCEC family.

Four Earn Community College Scholarships

Four students will begin the fall semester with scholarships from Carteret-Craven Electric Co-op and the Carteret-Craven Electric Foundation.

The foundation awards up to four scholarships each year, two at Craven Community College and two at Carteret Community College. This year’s recipients are Sarah Marie Stoll, of Newport, Teia Marshall, of Newport; Adrianna Fields of Maysville, and Ashton Baker, of Havelock.

Billing and Payment Envelopes Have a New Look

We have updated our billing and payment envelopes. Please note the changes so you don't inadvertently overlook your electric bill when it comes in the mail.

Two Local Students Return from Hoop Camps

Two area middle school students have some skills and new friends after attending summer basketball camps recently at two of the state’s largest college campuses.

Keeley O’Brien from Broad Creek Middle School attended the NC State Wolfpack Women’s Basketball Camp June 11-14, and Antonio King from Havelock Middle School attended the Roy Williams Carolina Basketball Camp at the UNC-Chapel Hill June 17-21.

Shred Day Participants Help Stock Food Pantry

CCEC members were very generous on Saturday, donating more than 420 pounds of food during the co-op's Shred Day event.

Two Middle Schoolers Return from Hoop Camps

Two area middle school students have some skills and new friends after attending summer basketball camps recently at two of the state’s largest college campuses.

Keeley O’Brien from Broad Creek Middle School attended the NC State Wolfpack Women’s Basketball Camp June 11-14, and Antonio King from Havelock Middle School attended the Roy Williams Carolina Basketball Camp at the UNC-Chapel Hill June 17-21.

June 1 Marks Start of Hurricane Season. Are You Prepared?

Forecasters are predicting an active 2017 hurricane season. Now is the time to prepare. Click on the graphic for a detailed list of what you need to do.

Pool Clearances around Power Lines

If you are installing a pool in your yard, you need to know that the National Electrical Safety Code requires a 22.5 foot clearance in any direction from the water level, edge of pool, diving platforms, pool sliding boards or other fixed pool-related structure to the overhead electric service line, and a 25-foot clearance from overhead primary lines. The code applies to in-ground and above-ground pools, hot tubs, and the like.

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