Clay Electric personnel continues efforts Wednesday evening, July 7, to restore service to members who were impacted by Tropical Storm Elsa. As of 8 p.m., 1,836 members remained... Continue Reading ›

Clay Electric Cooperative is grieving for a lost friend and co-worker. Lineworker William “Ziggy” Ziegenfelder, 56, passed away while working in the co-op's Gainesville service... Continue Reading ›

Vehicles from our fleet are currently up for auction online and more will be available in the coming weeks. Three auctions will take place; two will feature small fleet vehicles... Continue Reading ›

A forecast team from Colorado State University has predicted an above-average level of activity in the Atlantic basin this hurricane season. The CSU Tropical Meteorology... Continue Reading ›

The 83rd Annual Meeting video report is now available. You’ll hear remarks from the president of the Board of Trustees, Susan Reeves; General Manager Ricky Davis' report; and the... Continue Reading ›

Due to ongoing concerns surrounding the spread of coronavirus, the co-op has made the difficult decision to cancel the gathering portion of Annual Meeting for the second year in a... Continue Reading ›

Less than 20 percent remain without power

From Monday afternoon to Friday morning, Clay Electric Co-op has restored power to more than 118,500 members. Clay’s restoration workforce will surpass 1,100 field personnel today. Crews from 11 states are assisting the cooperative.  

As of Friday morning, 33,000 members (19 percent) are still out of power. 

Clay Electric’s district offices are closed Friday so all personnel can focus on restoration efforts. 

The cooperative is suspending all late and collection fees until restoration efforts are completed.

The cooperative has sufficient numbers of transformers and other repair materials on hand for its restoration effort. The co-op continues to monitor and re-order as necessary and is receiving materials around the clock to meet restoration demands.

“We continue to urge our members who are still out of power to be patient. We’ll get their lights back on as quickly as we can,” said Derick Thomas, director of Clay’s Member and Public Relations Department.