Your Power. Your Choice.

The Regulatory Commission of Alaska is reviewing the proposed acquisition of ML&P by Chugach. The regulatory process is expected to take six months, with closing taking up to an additional four months.

Powering Alaska’s Future

With more than 68,000 members at nearly 84,000 metered locations, Chugach’s mission is to safely provide reliable and competitively-priced energy. Headquartered in Anchorage, Chugach provides service from South Anchorage to the northern Kenai Peninsula, and from Whittier on Prince William Sound to Tyonek on the west side of Cook Inlet.

Our Team is Working For You

Chugach is a not-for-profit, member-owned cooperative. Owned and controlled by the people who use our services, an electric cooperative is operated by and for the people of the community. Our 290 employees all live and work in Alaska.

My Account

My Account brings all the access you need to your account whether you’re at home, or on the go with the Chugach app. Pay your bill, review your usage and track payment history easier than ever. You can also sign up for outage and usage notifications.

Energy Savings For Your Home

In order to reduce carbon emissions, energy consumption, and fuel costs, Chugach assists members in making informed decisions regarding energy efficiency and conservation methods. Let us help you save energy and save money.


Our Mission:

We provide safe, reliable and affordable electricity through superior service and sustainable practices, powering the lives of our members.


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Current News

Repairs to the transmission line damaged by the Swan Lake Fire have been completed by Homer Electric Association and the line was re-energized on Dec. 19.

Construction Updates

A project is underway to replace the lighting at the Beluga Power Plant with more-efficient LED lighting.

In the Community

Chugach Electric Association is continuing its tradition of bringing holiday cheer to Anchorage families by donating 450 turkeys to 10 local non-profits. The holiday turkey delivery will occur the week of December 9 as part of an annual tradition.