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Iowa’s electric cooperatives are prepared to provide safe, reliable service during the pandemic

Monday, March 23, 2020 – DES MOINES, IA – Iowa’s locally owned electric cooperatives have put plans and processes in place to protect member-consumers and employees as they continue to provide safe, reliable power during the COVID-19 pandemic. Electric co-ops regularly practice and review emergency preparedness plans and have implemented their business continuity and pandemic response plans in response to COVID-19.

Pella Cooperative Electric will temporarily suspend late fees and disconnects

As of March 20, Pella Cooperative Electric will temporarily suspend late fees and service disconnection for non-payment until May 1, 2020.

Safety is Pella Cooperative Electric’s first priority – Coronavirus update – Office Closed

Pella Cooperative Electric continues to keep a close eye on reports from the CDC and other government 
agencies, regarding the coronavirus.  We know that our community's health, safety and well-being are
our highest priorities right now.

Our office will be closed to the public until further notice because we do understand that person to person
interaction is a way coronavirus (COVID-19) is spread.  We would like to encourage our members to
utilize the contact and payment options listed below during these uncertain times:

Pella Cooperative Electric closely monitoring Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Pella Cooperative Electric closely monitoring Coronavirus (COVID-19)

At Pella Cooperative Electric, our employees and our members are our number one priority and we are taking the responsibility of protecting them with the upmost importance.

National survey shows strong gains in member perception of co-ops

Consumer-members across the country are increasingly satisfied with the performance of their electric cooperatives and more than ever before see them as trusted information sources and partners in keeping energy costs low.

Iowa Congressional delegation united to fix electric co-op tax problem

Iowa Congressional delegation united to fix electric co-op tax problem
By Chuck Soderberg, executive vice president and general manager of Iowa Association of Electric Cooperatives

Member Appreciation Lunch to be held September 7th

Pella Cooperative Electric will host a Member Appreciation Lunch on September 7th at the cooperative office, 2615 Washington St., Pella.  We will be serving a picnic-style lunch with hamburgers, hotdogs, baked beans and ice cream.

Lunch will be served from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or until gone.  A bounce house will be available for the kids, weather permitting.

Electric cooperatives discuss important issues at legislative reception

Over 150 directors, managers, and staff members from Iowa’s electric cooperatives, including PCEA Directors Duane Ver Ploeg, Bryce Arkema, Bob Van Soelen, Norman Van Zante along with Jon Miles, CEO, discussed priorities with nearly 100 state legislators and policy makers on January 15 during the annual Welcome Back Legislative Reception at the State Historical Building in downtown Des Moines.  The Iowa Association of Electric Cooperatives, in conjunction w

Sully Locker & Market Receives Loan Funds for Rebuild

Pella Cooperative Electric Association (PCEA) and Central Iowa Power Cooperative (CIPCO) closed on Revolving Loan Fund Loans with Sully Locker & Market totaling $225,000 on September 1st.

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