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Welcome to Anza Electric Cooperative


Anza Electric Cooperative is governed by seven directors representing its three service area districts. Positions up for election this July are held by Billy Adams, Harold Burdick and Joel Carlisle.

Each year, eligible AEC members can seek nomination for director positions up for election through the petition process established by AEC's bylaws. Each position on the board of directors is held by a cooperative member, with each term consisting of three years.

Anza Electric Cooperative, Inc. will hold public information meetings regarding a proposed High Speed Internet services project for our members at the following locations:

WHEN:      6:00 P.M. MONDAY, APRIL 20, 2015
WHERE:    Anza VFW Post 1873, 59011 Bailey Road, Anza, CA  92539

WHEN:      7:00 P.M. TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 2015
WHERE:    Pinyon Fire Station, 70080 Hwy 74, Mountain Ctr, CA  92561

WHEN:      3:00 P.M. SATURDAY, MAY 2, 2015
WHERE:    Anza Community Hall, 56630 Hwy 371, Anza, CA  92539

U.S. Dept of Energy & Anza Electric Cooperative
With funding from the Department of Energy's Sunshot initiative, 14 Co-ops including Anza Electric Cooperative are developing PV system packages consisting of standardized designs for 250 KW, 500 MW and 1 MW systems.

We would like to hear from you regarding a variety of issues. Please take a moment to answer the questions by April 30th to be entered in a drawing for one of 25 prizes of $10 each.

Prizes will be credited to the account shown on the survey.

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Anza Electric Cooperative Management and Board of Directors.
Is your account past due?

If your due date has passed or you have a payment arrangement you have not kept, contact the AEC office right away. In most cases, we can offer some additional payment time.

What will happen if I don’t pay by the due date?

The short answer is, your service will be disconnected.

Special Election

A special election will be held in May for proposed bylaw changes. 

Any bylaw changes must be voted on by Anza Electric Cooperative members.

The two items contained in the ballot under Proposal "A":

1. The removal of references to Rural Utility Services in our bylaws.
2. The changes to the bylaws and Articles of Incorporation that will allow the Cooperative to install a Fiber Optic Network for the purposes of system communications technology and to offer our members true Broadband High Speed Internet Services.

Look for your Special Election material in your mailbox the first part of May.

Please complete and return your ballot before the May 22, 2015 deadline.

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