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Winter electric rate forecast

Effective September 1, the Fuel & Purchased Power Charge* will increase from $0.08774 to $0.10576. This charge covers the costs of fuel to operate our local power plants as well as the cost of purchased power from other utilities. It is calculated quarterly with...

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Electric rates to dip again

Electric rates to dip again

Good news, fellow electric rate payers: Expect yet another decrease to your electric bills. Effective June 1, an average residential bill of 660 kWh will decrease $14. We’ve been working hard to reduce energy costs – after all, we live here and care about this...

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New bill design PLUS rolling average billing

You might notice that your electric bill looks a bit different this month. Then again, you might not. Regardless, we'd like to tell you what's changing: We've made room for the NEW Rolling Average and Levelized Budget Billing Plans. Read on to find out more. The usage...

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FAQs about Clear Air Force Station

If GVEA is trying to move away from oil, why did the co-op pass up an opportunity to buy the coal-fired Clear Air Force Station power plant? GVEA, Aurora Energy, Doyon Utilities and others were given an opportunity to bid on the Clear Air Force Station power plant....

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Utility Charge to increase January 1

On January 1, 2013, the Utility Charge portion of a residential electric bill will increase from $0.09004 to $0.09597 per kilowatt-hour. Commercial and industrial members will see the increase to this charge on their bills as well. The rate change will also affect the...

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Electric rates to dip again

Good news: electric bills to go down December 1

We’re excited to announce that the Fuel & Purchased Power Charge on your bill will decrease by 21.5 percent December 1 (13.8 cents to 10.8 cents). What does this mean to the bottom line? It means an overall decrease of about 12 percent. Here are some examples,...

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Will electric rates go up this winter?

Decrease in one charge expected to offset increase in another Don’t fall out of your chair when you read about GVEA’s recent filing to the Regulatory Commission of Alaska. While we are filing for an increase, we’re anticipating a decrease too. And we expect the...

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Why do you shut off the power when it is cold outside?

Why do you shut off the power when it is cold outside?

Unpaid bills cost everyone Lately, we have taken some heat for turning off power to residential meters during the winter months. We really don't like turning anyone's power off, but out of fairness to the membership, we have to do it. It costs money to generate and...

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Why was my bill so high this month?

Generally, December and January bills are the highest of the year (fuel and electric bills both). Here are some reasons why your bill is higher this month: The highest bills generally come during the coldest, darkest months. Higher rates. We are not happy about it...

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Meadow Bailey

907-451-5676
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Ashley Bradish

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Grace Wilson

907-451-5847
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Meadow Bailey

907-451-5676
pr@gvea.com

Ashley Bradish

907-458-4518
pr@gvea.com

Grace Wilson

907-451-5847
pr@gvea.com

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