General Manager/CEO of Petit Jean Electric Cooperative and Petit Jean Fiber Michael Kirkland (top right) presents our 1,000th fiber customer, Mrs. O.C. Valentine (top middle), with an iPad. Also pictured are Chris Green (top left), manager of IT and Broadband Services, Kyle Allen (bottom left) broadband installer and Angie Hutchins (bottom right) member services representative.
Easy ways to conserve energy on Thanksgiving Thanksgiving is about making delicious food and spending quality time with loved ones, but it can also be a time of high energy usage, leading to a high electric bill.
“Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.” In the spirit of this quote by writer William Arthur Ward, Petit Jean Electric Cooperative would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude for your membership in our electric cooperative.
We are excited to share on behalf of Petit Jean Electric Cooperative and Petit Jean Fiber, our fiber subsidiary, that fiber internet services are now available to order for Scotland, Cleveland, Quitman, Bee Branch and Damascus substations.
Fall is a busy time, and October is a particularly eventful month with school, community and sports activities in full swing. It’s also when all cooperatives celebrate National Co-op Month –– which really means we are celebrating you! After all, our co-op wouldn’t exist without you, our members.
Petit Jean Electric Cooperative is your local, member-owned electric energy provider. The cooperative’s purpose is not to make profits for shareholders but to provide you, the member-owners, with the most reliable electric service at an affordable cost.
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Application Fee and Liablity Insurance Requirements of Several Electric Cooperatives in Arkansas
Why do certain, but not all, electric cooperatives in Arkansas require application fees and liability insurance from their members who wish to interconnect solar, wind, or other self-generation resources to the grid?
As you prepare for hunting season, keep in mind that along with general hunting safety, electrical safety should be a priority.
It’s no secret that consumers with a water, gas or electricity connection have long been targets for utility scams, but fraudsters have changed their tactics since the pandemic. As consumers became more reliant on technology for work, school and commerce, scammers noted these shifts and adapted their tactics to this changed environment.
We hope everyone has had an amazing summer! A quick update on our build progress — construction crews are wrapping up in the Bee Branch area, and we hope to begin installations soon for our members.