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Parks Announces Retirement from Co-op Board

A&N Electric Cooperative Director Edward Parks Jr. has announced his retirement from the co-op’s board later this year. His retirement will open a District 1 seat, which was up for election, on the cooperative’s board of directors.

Co-op members interested in running for a board position should contact the cooperative at elections@anec.com or by calling 757-787-9750.
Eligible candidates must:

Cooperative’s Power Cost Adjustment Will Rise Slightly for 2022

A&N Electric Cooperative’s cost for wholesale power will increase slightly for members beginning Jan. 1, 2022. Co-op members will notice a $0.00093/kilowatt-hour change to the Power Cost Adjustment line item on their monthly electric service bills. The Power Cost Adjustment will remain an overall credit but will be decreased by the aforementioned amount.

This will equate to a $0.93 increase for a residential member who uses 1,000 kWh of electricity, compared to their 2021 energy cost.

Cooperative Returns to Normal Operations Post Winter Storm

A&N Electric Cooperative has returned to normal operations following Monday’s winter storm. The storm brought gusting winds, coastal flooding, and heavy rain which turned into heavy snowfall by Monday afternoon.

Areas in Accomack County received as much as 3 inches of snow, according to the National Weather Service. The wet, heavy snow made driving conditions hazardous and combined with the wind, resulted in scattered outages throughout the day.

Delayed Deliveries - Cooperative Living Magazine

Due to some supply chain issues with our printing facility and some ongoing delays with the postal service, Cooperative
Living magazine deliveries may be delayed for the next several editions. The January/February edition is not expected to be delivered until at least the second week of January. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
For up-to-date A&N information in Cooperative Living, click here.

Severe Weather Expected Monday Night

There is a marginal risk for severe weather tonight (Oct. 25), as a cold front crosses the area. Showers and a few thunderstorms are expected to develop ahead of the front, with a few strong to severe storms possible. Damaging winds will be the main threat with any storm. This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for southeast Maryland, northeast North Carolina, eastern Virginia and southeast Virginia.

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