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Notice of unclaimed funds. Coastal Electric may have a refund for you!

TO CURRENT AND PAST MEMBERS OF COASTAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE In compliance with O.C.G.A. § 44-12-236, The Disposition of Unclaimed Property Act, Coastal Electric Cooperative, is attempting to locate past members who were expecting either Membership or Deposit refunds to be issued at any time between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013 but did not…Continue Reading

Job Opportunities — Seeking Apprentice Line Technician III and Customer Service Representative III

Coastal Electric Cooperative currently has two job openings. The first is for an Apprentice Line Technician III.  No previous experience is required but a  Technical Certificate in Lineman/Electrical Training is desired. Must have or be able to attain a commercial driver’s license (CDL) within 12 months of being hired as well as forklift certification. Excellent benefits including…Continue Reading

Community takes part in Coastal Electric’s 78th Annual Meeting

Around 900 were in attendance for Coastal Electric Cooperative’s 78th Annual Meeting of the Members Thursday, June 7, at Midway Middle School. Retired WTOC meteorologist Pat Prokop served as emcee. Prokop gave his predictions for the 2018 hurricane season and presented his collection of deep sky astronomy pictures that he takes from a telescope in…Continue Reading

Holly Fields of Midway appointed to Coastal Electric Cooperative Board of Directors

Holly Fields of Midway has been selected by the Coastal Electric Cooperative board of directors to fill the unexpired term of former Liberty County board member Stephen Mullice, who passed away in October. The lifelong Liberty County resident attended her first board meeting as a director Dec. 20. “It is an honor to have the…Continue Reading

Local students build, test-drive electric vehicles donated by Coastal Electric Cooperative Foundation

The wheels were turning on Saturday – literally – as students from First Presbyterian Christian Academy and Richmond Hill High School showcased the working electric vehicles they built as part of their math, science and research classes. Students applied the disciplines of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) to construct the electric go-kart-style vehicles built…Continue Reading

Additional Storm Restoration Crews Arrive at Coastal Electric

Two 6-men electric line crews from Walton Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) in Monroe, GA and three 6-men crews from Snapping Shoals EMC in Covington, GA are on their way to Coastal Electric Cooperative this morning to help restore power to victims of Hurricane Matthew. The crews will assist our Coastal Electric linemen throughout the storm…Continue Reading

Coastal Electric is prepared for Hurricane Matthew

Coastal Electric is making last minute preparations for the expected winds of Hurricane Matthew this weekend. We expect this storm will produce considerably more damage to our electric distribution than Tropical Storm Hermine nearly a month ago. We encourage Members to prepare for power outage durations of 12 to 36 hours. We have additional support…Continue Reading