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With spring comes rain and we have certainly not been lacking rainfall recently. As we turn off the heat in our homes, we may find excess moisture is an issue.

Buying new appliances can go a couple of ways. It can be exciting to pick them out and decide which new bells and whistles you would like to have.

As part of Central Electric Cooperative's (CEC's) ongoing effort to improve system reliability, contracted pole inspection crews will be inspecting poles on circuits originating from Starr substation in Forest County, and Lucinda and Wolf's Corners substations in Clarion County. Pole inspections may occur out of the Beaver substation in Clarion County if funding permits. 

What is one of the hardest working, yet hidden, members of your household appliance team? Stoves and refrigerators receive your appreciation many times per day; but when was the

At this time of year we think a lot about our heating systems.

As we head into the new year, we can be thankful for warmer temperatures than what we experienced last year.

While cold temperatures mean higher heating bills, don’t forget some easy steps to make your home more energy and cost effective this winter.

And, as you shop for the holidays, why not consider some energy efficient gifts. Save your loved ones money all year long when you gift them items that will use less energy.

Although CEC did not create this video the information is true. During this period of long term outages, please know that CEC's dedicated linemen are working in this cold, wet, snowy weather around the clock to restore your power. 


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While CEC does everything it can to reduce the possibility of outages to your home or business, they do occur. There are a variety of reasons power outages can occur, including severe storms causing mass destruction, tree limbs coming into contact with power lines, vehicles crashing into utility poles, and animals such as squirrels causing short circuits while climbing electrical equipment.

Last week's winter storm brought ice, snow, and power outages. 


Here are some tips on how to stay warm during a winter power outage: 
 

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