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We will be giving away a bucket full of goodies, including a trunk organizer, messenger bag, grilling gloves, portable toolkit, cutting mats, and more to a lucky member who signs up for O
The co-op highlighted new technologies for members and its Operation RoundUP program before awarding prizes at its 78th Annual Meeting on May 3 at Glad Tidings Church in Morehead City.
Two area middle school students have earned Touchstone Energy Sports Scholarships from Carteret-Craven Electric Cooperative to attend summer basketball camps at two of the state’s largest college campuses.
From left: John Brooks, East Carteret High School; Jacob Pavone, West Carteret High School; Samara Rahman, Croatan High School; Cameron King, Havelock High School; and Brandon Hunter, Early College East
Planning to attend Carteret or Craven Community College in the fall? We can help with your tuition. The Carteret-Craven Electric Foundation will award scholarships of up to $1,000 each to four local community college students.
Educators: Do you have an idea for an innovative classroom project?
Carteret-Craven Electric Co-op is accepting applications for Bright Ideas education grants for the 2018-19 school year.
Teachers in K-12 classrooms in the co-op's service area who have creative ideas for hands-on learning projects are encouraged to apply.
We have an opening for a Customer Service/Dispatcher and will be accepting applications May 22-May 29 through the NC Division of Employment Security.
Keeley O’Brien, a student at Broad Creek Middle School, was honored during the N.C. State University women’s basketball game on Feb. 11 for winning a Touchstone Energy Sports Camp Scholarship to attend the Wolfpack Women’s Basketball Camp last summer.
We experienced reported only single outage affecting 40 consumers along Belangia Road in the Adams Creek area of Havelock this morning Jan. 18). Crews had to repair a span of power line that was taken down by a tree.
While CCEC’s system fared well during this second round of wintry weather, the below-freezing temperatures are again going to have an impact on heating bills. The state saw a record 200 consecutive hours of below freezing temperatures earlier this month. The previous record was 152 hours in 1982.
This second round of wintry weather and lower-than-normal temperatures are having an impact on home energy use. Here are some ways you can mitigate those costs:
Seal air leaks: Use weather stripping or caulk to seal any cracks or gaps around windows, doors and thresholds. Also check your ceiling – make sure that fans and light fixtures are properly sealed to the ceiling to prevent the air in your home from escaping into the attic.