Price Electric Cooperative
Outage Update-March 18, 2019
On Monday, March 18, PEC members who are served by the Phillips and Crane Chase substations were affected by an outage caused by PEC’s transmission provider, Xcel Energy. The outage, which was due to a failed insulator, began at 10:45 a.m. PEC crews worked to minimize the effects of the outage, and those served by the Phillips substation were restored at 11:16 a.m., while those served by the Crane Chase substation were restored at 12:03 p.m. PEC remains dedicated to providing its membership with safe and reliable power.
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Price Electric is proud to supply electric services to 9226 member-owners at rural properties in our nine-county service area. PEC serves all rural areas of Price County, as well as portions of Ashland, Iron, Lincoln, Oneida, Rusk, Sawyer, Taylor and Vilas Counties. We strive to provide members with superior service, in keeping with the PEC Mission Statement “to provide access to safe, reliable, and affordable electric services.”
From dairy farms to lake homes, we power rural areas so that our members can fully enjoy all that Wisconsin’s Northwoods has to offer.
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