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A business owner served by Clay Electric in the Orange Park area called to report that he received a phone call from someone who claimed the owner had not paid his August electric... Continue Reading ›

As of 5 p.m. Monday, 99 percent of our members have had their electric service restored.  Clay Electric has all available resources in the Gainesville District to... Continue Reading ›

Clay Electric’s crews and contract line and tree trimming crews remain fully deployed for final Hurricane Irma power restoration. Sunday, 1,000 crew members from eleven states are... Continue Reading ›

Clay Electric Cooperative understands the difficulties that members experienced in the wake of Hurricane Irma. The hurricane brought destruction and power outages to North Florida... Continue Reading ›

Saturday afternoon, 93 percent of Clay Electric Cooperative’s members have power. At 3:45 p.m., 12,370 (7%) of its members remained out of power. The cooperative’s... Continue Reading ›

As of Saturday morning, Clay Electric Cooperative has about 17,900 (10 percent) of its members out of power. The cooperative’s restoration workforce surpasses 1,100 field... Continue Reading ›

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General Information

Clay Electric Cooperative is an incorporated, member-owned, not-for-profit electric power supplier, democratically organized and controlled by those it serves. Formally organized in 1937, the co-op has traditionally been known for its excellent service. The co-op is also a Touchstone Energy cooperative- a national alliance of local, member-owned electric cooperatives committed to high standards of service. Headquartered in Keystone Heights, Florida, the electric co-op is one of the largest in the United States. There are six district offices (Keystone Heights, Orange Park, Lake City, Gainesville, Salt Springs and Palatka).

Ricky Davis
Richard K. (Ricky) Davis is Clay Electric's GM/CEO

The service area is divided into nine trustee districts with one member representing each district on the cooperative’s board of trustees. Members are elected to the board at the co-op’s annual meeting; the next meeting will be held on Thursday, March 29, 2018. Serving on the board are: Carl Hagglund (Secretary) of Keystone Heights, District 1; Kelley Smith of Palatka, District 2; Susan Reeves (Treasurer) of Hawthorne, District 3; Carl Malphurs of Alachua, District 4; Dewitt Hersey of Starke, District 5; Jimmy Wilson of Middleburg, District 6; John Henry Whitehead (Vice President) of Lake Butler, District 7; Jo Ann Smith (President) of Micanopy, District 8; and Karen Hastings of Citra, District 9.

Mission Statement
To exceed the expectations of our members by providing excellent customer service and reliable electric service at competitive rates while maintaining the financial stability of the cooperative.

Vision Statement
To be an innovative and proactive cooperative while meeting the competitive, political, regulatory, economic and technological challenges within the changing utility industry.

Purpose Statement
To improve the quality of life of our members by delivering electricity and strengthening the communities we serve.

Clay Electric Cooperative Bylaws
Trustee District Map & Description
Corporate Whistleblower Policy
Corporate Policy on Conflicts of Interest