The CVEA Community Foundation Contribution Season Kicks Off June 20!
The Foundation’s Board of Directors approved $23,666 to fund the 2022 contribution season; the largest amount of available funds to date.
Local nonprofit organizations who's projects, programs, or events meet Foundation guidelines are encouraged to apply.
Updated Foundation guidelines and a fillable application will be available on the Community Foundation page beginning June 20.
The deadline to submit your Contribution Request Forms is Thursday, August 18. Requests will be evaluated in September and selections will be made in October.
Not sure if you qualify or have questions, email email@example.com.
Copper Valley Electric has partnered with Ultra Safe Nuclear Corporation to study the feasibility of a Micro Modular Reactor Energy System
Public meetings are scheduled for April 18, in Valdez, and April 19, in Glennallen. Click here for details.
Please find information regarding the feasibility study, MMR technology, and SB177, legislation introduced by Governor Dunleavy to streamline the permitting process for micro nuclear reactors in Alaska, below.
For additional information regarding USNC's MR technology, visit https://usnc.com/.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Go Behind the Switch with Video
So much goes on behind the switch at your local electric cooperative. For a comprehensive look into your Co-op, view our Behind the Switch video. We are also happy to announce the second in our People Behind the Switch video series - 'A Lineman Story'. You can watch the entire video series at the links below. We hope this series leaves our member-owners with a good understanding of what we face, the people who work hard every day on their behalf, and a sense of pride in all we accomplish.
In December 2021, CVEA made general retirements of capital credits. Some members did not receive a check because CVEA did not have a valid mailing address.
CVEA is currently noticing unclaimed capital credits from the 2021 retirement. The following list is in alphabetical order. If you find your name, call (907) 822-3211 or (907) 835-4301 to update your information.