Here’s an opportunity to find out more about your electric co-op and to provide valuable feedback.
Golden Valley Electric Association assured members there would be no power shortages as a result of the pending closure of the Flint Hills Refinery in May.
Do you know someone who could use help with school? Every year, GVEA awards eight scholarships to local area students. Seven are awarded in April at our annual meeting and the eighth is awarded in August. To be eligible for a GVEA scholarship, the applicant or member of the applicant’s immediate …
If your lights blink please do not call us. We only need to hear from members whose power has been out for 15 minutes or more.
In late November, the Good¢ents Board of Trustees reviewed 18 applications and awarded nine grants totaling $31,384.
If you have been waiting for an opportunity to get involved in your cooperative, here is a good one. Nominating Committees in GVEA’s Districts 1, 2 and 3 are seeking board of director applicants.
Good news for electric ratepayers; Golden Valley has the keys to Healy Unit 2. The coal-fired power plant is expected to help stabilize electric rates which have fluctuated with the oil market over the past several years.
Thursday, December 12 @ 10:50 a.m. – Weather Service is indicating winds may pick up tonight through Thursday evening. Members may experience blinking lights due to snow or ice offloading from power lines or trees hitting power lines.
Tuesday, December 10 @ 8 a.m. – All members who have reported outages caused by yesterday’s heavy snowfall are back online. The only outages remaining are a few members on Chena Hot Springs Rd.
Monday, December 9 @ 7:30 p.m. – Thousands of GVEA members have been affected by today’s power outages. Farmers Loop, Steese Highway, Chena Hot Springs Road, North Pole and South Fairbanks were hit the hardest.