Electric cooperatives have a different model, focus, and employees when compared to other utilities. There is a big cooperative difference. Yes, we are an electric utility, and we must act as a utility, which means we must focus on providing the highest level of electric service to our members — safely and at fair, reasonable… Continue reading.
You may not think of our little cooperative as a computer hacker’s dream target, but you’d be wrong. Computer hackers from around the world try to hack our computers daily. We must be on guard at every moment to ensure our computer systems are as secure as possible. No system can be totally secure and… Continue reading.
To pay your bill by phone using a credit or debit card, you MUST call this new number. After you dial the toll-free number, the main menu will allow you to choose between various options. After entering your information, you can finalize payments securely and quickly — any time of day. You can still pay… Continue reading.
Think before you post that sign! Staples, nails and tacks used to hang signs and fliers create dangerous obstacles for electric lineworkers. Their jobs are dangerous enough … help us keep them safe!
This issue, you’ll notice several pages of names of members and former members who have an outstanding capital credits check on file with the cooperative. This means we’ve mailed a check, but it was never cashed. It may have been lost or returned because the person moved and we no longer have a valid address…. Continue reading.
Whether you’re a bull rider resisting being thrown to the ground or a child coping with cancer, the goal is the same: Hang on and don’t let go. Rodeo Night at the Paulding County Fair in June was an evening of powerful emotions. With nearly 800 people in the grandstands, the event raised more than… Continue reading.
Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative recently added three new members to the team. Allow us to introduce Valerie Bohner, Samantha Kuhn and Steve Smith. Valerie Bohner Part-time cashier Start date: Oct. 18, 2017 From: Oakwood Why PPEC? “I was drawn to the family atmosphere at the co-op. Everyone is so nice and helpful.” Duties: Process payments,… Continue reading.
ACRE Co-op Owners for Political Action® (ACRE-COPA) gives you, the members of Paulding Putnam Electric Co-op (PPEC), the opportunity to raise your voice about issues that matter to you. State and federal government officials make policy decisions that affect PPEC, your rates, and your way of life. Instead of having to go to Washington to… Continue reading.
Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative is requesting your assistance in locating these members so they can receive the refunds due to them. These former members’ refunds were returned “undeliverable” by the U.S. Postal Service. Their names are listed below. If you recognize a name on the list, notify the person. If the person is deceased, let… Continue reading.
Located on the Ohio River in Brilliant, Ohio, Cardinal Generating Station provides power to the 24 electric cooperatives serving Ohio, including Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative (PPEC). The 2018 Cardinal Plant tour will take place Sept. 12. This scenic, one-day trip to see your power plant up close and personal is free for members. The tour… Continue reading.
FREE Lunch Come enjoy BBQ pulled pork, hot dogs, and more! Electric Safety Demonstration Our safety and compliance manager, Dee Renollet, will teach you about safety equipment used in the electric utility industry, various electrical voltages and circuits, effects of current on a human body, and so much more! Demonstration Times 11 a.m. or 12:30… Continue reading.
The Operation Round Up board awarded over $12,000 to area agencies dedicated to making an impact on the lives of residents in this region today. Operation Round Up is a program that allows members the option of rounding up their bills to the nearest dollar every month, with those extra few cents going to benefit… Continue reading.