A storm front originating in Kentucky and Tennessee reached central Alabama on June 28, leaving CAEC with more than 245 outages, affecting approximately 12,865 members in all 10 counties served.
More than 3,400 students will benefit from 21 awarded grants.
Davey contractors will begin working with CAEC and Asplundh crews in our vegetation management efforts.
The storm caused more than 407 outages and affected approximately 11,000 members in all 10 counties served.
Beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct.7, crews from CAEC worked outages associated with Tropical Storm Nate.
Crews from Central Alabama Electric Cooperative (CAEC) left for Florida to assist with power restoration efforts following Hurricane Irma’s landfall on Sunday, Sept. 9. A team…
Three local high school juniors will serve as representatives for Central Alabama Electric Cooperative (CAEC) as they travel to Washington, D.C., June 9-15, to participate…
A job shadowing event to give a future workforce the tools they need to succeed.
Tis the season for scammers trying to steal your money. A CAEC member recently fell victim–here’s the top scams to look out for.
On Dec. 8, CAEC held a ribbon cutting for its newest substation located in Burkville, which was energized on Nov. 9.
Thanks to the generosity of our members and employees, we raised $370 for the Montgomery Area Food Bank, providing over 2,400 lbs of food to local Alabama families!
CAEC crews sent to assist Florida & South Carolina Co-ops in restoration efforts.