Well, sure, it’s a farm. And like any farm it begins with a plan. The 2019 Farm Family of the Year, Alan and Angela Mahan, had a plan.
Don’t let vampires suck the life out of your energy effi ciency efforts! Unplugging unused electronics – otherwise known as “energy vampires” – can save you as much as 10 percent on your electric bill.
Have you ever received a notiﬁcation from the folks here at Petit Jean Electric Cooperative informing you of a “planned outage?” You may have wondered, “What is a planned outage?” and “Why do they need to turn my power off?” The answer is to safely provide reliable electric service.
Holiday closing The offices of Petit Jean Electric will be closed on Monday, Sept. 2, for the Labor Day holiday. Have a safe and happy Labor Day!
Petit Jean Electric Cooperative members not only can pay their bill through SmartHub, but they also can report a power outage and monitor their home or business’ energy usage 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Image: Left to right, Briana Yount and Marissa Lamb.
Marissa Lamb and Briana Yount, both of Bee Branch, were among 43 Arkansas high school students who toured Washington, D.C., in June as part of the Electric Cooperative Youth Tour to Washington.
Once again this year Petit Jean Electric would like to extend thanks to the membership for their participation in the Board of Directors election.
Working with electricity can be a dangerous job, especially for lineworkers. In fact, USA Today lists line repairers and installers among the most dangerous jobs in the U.S. That’s why for your electric co-op, safety is the number one priority.
The offices of Petit Jean Electric Cooperative will be closed Thursday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day. Have a safe and happy holiday!
Petit Jean Electric Cooperative is pleased to announce the two high school students who will represent the cooperative on this year’s Youth Tour trip to Washington, D.C., June 14-20.