Craighead electric cooperative is now accepting applications to the 2022 Youth Tour. We will send two deserving area students on an all-expense-paid chaperoned trip to Washington D.C. with 40 other Arkansas students to see our nation's capital. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
The Board of Directors of Craighead Electric Cooperative has named Jeremiah Sloan as the new Chief Executive Officer of the corporation. Terry Rorex, Board Chairman, stated, “We are excited to announce Jeremiah Sloan as the newly appointed CEO of Craighead Electric. Sloan will succeed Brian Duncan following his retirement in March.”
Life is fast, and it can be hectic, but paying your bill doesn’t have to be complicated. With Craighead Electric Cooperative SmartHub web and mobile app, it won’t be. We wanted to take the opportunity to give you some valuable information that will help you prepare for the launch of SmartHub.
One of our most requested services is a mobile app for members to manage their accounts. Coming this winter, a new Craighead Electric Cooperative mobile app will launch...
Does your health rely on electricity? A sudden power outage due to sever weather or a nearby accident could leave you without power for hours or even days. Do you have an emergency plan? Talk with your family and friends about what you would do in the event of a long power outage. Do you have an alternative place to stay?
We often hear the question from members “What causes my lights to blink?” The power grid is subject to certain short-term losses of power, and Craighead Electric Cooperative takes all possible measures to prevent these occurrences and minimize their impact on our members.
They seem like simple enough devices, but once you dive into the features found in a smart plug you see their untapped versatility.
Electric vehicle (EV) owners have multiple options for charging their vehicle. There are three common EV charging levels: Level One, Level Two and DC Fast Charge.
Craighead Electric Cooperative Corporation of Jonesboro reports that electric services to approximately 4,800 members were without power in the peak of the storm. Services were interrupted by straight-line winds in excess of eighty-five miles per hour, caused damage to approximately twenty-five poles.
The Arkansas Public Service Commission (APSC) has announced the date of May 3, 2021, to lift the moratorium on disconnections for electric services.