Skip to main navigation.
link to employment opportunities Link to COVID-19 hardship grant link to Co-ops Vote Link to info on COPA

Central Electric Cooperative, Parker, PA


Central Electric Cooperative (CEC) serves seven counties in western Pennsylvania. All of whom are experiencing a slow economic recovery from COVID-19 – leaving many members fallen on hard times and unable to pay their electric bills. 

CEC offers different ways you can help, and 100 percent of all donations (regardless of the donation method) are used by CEC to lend a helping hand to members in crisis. 

Thank you to everyone who participated in our 2020 Photo Contest! We had 56 entries, and with the help of over 1700 votes, the three winning photos were chosen. 



CEC will be conducting an aerial inspection of its system throughout the end of October and continuing through the beginning of November. 

Therefore, members may see a helicopter flying at a low altitude or hovering directly over electric power lines. 

This inspection is part of an ongoing effort to enhance service reliability for members. 

CEC appreciates members’ cooperation during this endeavor. 


Central Electric Cooperative's (CEC's) members re-elected board of director, Kenneth Durrett, representing Butler County; and Richard Weaver, representing Clarion County; at their Annual Meeting of the Members on Friday, Aug. 21, 2020 at CEC's headquarters in Parker.

Photo of Bette WaltersIt is with sincere regret that Central Electric Cooperative (CEC) announces the passing of board member Bette Walters of Tionesta, Forest County. 


Power Lines Newsletter Header
Inside This Issue

November 2020: Don't Blink, Where Your Power Comes From, In Memory of Bette Walters, Election Day Safety, 83rd CEC Annual Meeting, Pumpkin Dip Recipe. read this issue »

Power Lines Archives »

Power Lines Quiz

Powered by Touchstone Energy Cooperatives Logo
Link to Link to link to the cooperative action network website