The latest information on Central Access, CAEC’s broadband subsidiary!
During the January Board meeting, new board district lines were adopted to adjust for high growth areas. The districts are reviewed on an annual basis…
More than 6,500 students will benefit from projects funded by this year’s grants.
The Cooperative details Phase I of the approved project
See if you have any unclaimed capital credits–a unique part of being a co-op member!
CAEC sends employees to aid with widespread outages from the storm.
CAEC hosted broadband survey Q&A meetings on Sept. 13 (East Operations Center in Titus), Sept. 18 (Headquarters in Prattville) and Sept. 20 (West Operations Center in Verbena) to answer questions concerning its Broadband Access Survey.
New officers elected and David Kelley steps down from CAEC’s Board.
CAEC is asking for help from the community to determine if there is an interest and a need for high-speed internet, or broadband, in the cooperative’s service territory.
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.