Notice is hereby given that the Annual Membership Meeting of Petit Jean Electric Cooperative Corporation will be held on Thursday, May 26, 2022, at the Cooperative headquarters in Clinton, Van Buren County, Arkansas ...
On Jan. 3, Petit Jean Electric employees gathered for a small ceremony to celebrate Bill Bonds’ years of service and to congratulate him on his retirement. Bill worked for Petit Jean for 17 years.
A trip of a lifetime – an all-expense-paid tour of the nation’s capital – awaits high school juniors from Arkansas this summer.
We are a partnership formed by 14 Arkansas, member-owned electric cooperatives. Our mission is to catalyze the growth of high-speed connections throughout our state and to help make Arkansas the most significantly connected state in the country.
While a professional energy audit from your local cooperative is the best way to determine whether your home is energy-efficient, you can estimate your home’s energy efficiency by taking your average electric bill and dividing it by the square footage of your home.
At Petit Jean Electric, serving our members means much more than delivering power. After all, our members are our friends and neighbors.
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) provides qualifying individuals and families with help paying heating costs in winter months and cooling costs in summer months.
Soaring fuel costs have become an unfortunate reality for our nation.
Petit Jean Electric Cooperative Corporation works to serve you the member, not to make a profit. As a member, you share in the residuals in the form of Capital Credits.
The offices of Petit Jean Electric Cooperative will be closed Thursday, Dec. 23 and Friday, Dec. 24 for the Christmas holiday. The offices will also be closed on Friday, Dec. 31 for the New Year’s holiday.