Standard & Poor's Ratings Services provided a great holiday gift to Chugach Electric's members. Standard & Poor’s upgraded the rating outlook from "negative" to "stable" while maintaining the bond rating at A -.
Chugach Electric Association is donating thousands of pounds of turkey to local organizations this month, including Bean's Café, the Food Bank of Alaska, Mabel T. Caverly Center and the Homeless Veterans Services.
Thousands of past and long-term Chugach Electric Association members are receiving a share of a $3.8 million retail capital credits retirement approved by the Chugach Board at its November meeting.
David Cottrell, CPA and president, Mikunda Cottrell Accounting & Consultants, Inc., recently completed an advanced education course on the latest U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) developments and the Sarbanes Oxley Act.
Just in time for the holidays and an extra boost to the local economy, thousands of past and long-term Chugach Electric Association members will be receiving a share of a $3.8 million retail capital credits retirement approved by the Chugach Board at its November 16 meeting.
At last night’s meeting, the Chugach Electric Association Board of Directors appointed William "Bill" Stewart as the interim CEO for Chugach.
Aug. 1, Anchorage, Alaska: Chugach Electric Association, Golden Valley Electric Association and Anchorage Municipal Light & Power, three of Alaska’s largest electric utilities, have formed Alaska Railbelt Energy Authority, a Joint Action Agency (JAA) under Alaska statute AS 42.45.300.
At last night's meeting, the Chugach Electric Association Board of Directors appointed Ray Kreig to the seat on the board vacated by Chris Birch who was elected to the Anchorage Assembly in April.
Chugach Electric Association board chairman Jeff Lipscomb was recently elected to a 3-year term on the Northwest Public Power Association board of trustees at its annual meeting in May.
The Board of Directors and Joe Griffith announce that Mr. Griffith will be stepping down from his position of Chief Executive Officer of Chugach Electric Association, Inc. on September 2, 2005.
Alan Christopherson, Uwe Kalenka and Elizabeth "Liz" Vazquez were elected to 3-year terms on the Chugach Electric Association board of directors. Election results were announced at the cooperative utility's annual meeting Thursday evening, April 28.
Seven Chugach Electric Association members are running for three seats on the cooperative's board of directors in this spring's election. Each seat is for a three-year term.
Chugach Electric Association has had a street location name change.