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Chugach customers will pay less for fuel on their monthly electric bills during the first quarter of 2010 than they did in the fourth quarter of 2009. Both wholesale and retail customers will see lower fuel costs as new quarterly prices go into effect in January.

The Railbelt electric utilities attended a public presentation of AEA's RIRP on 10 Dec. The utilities applaud the substantial efforts of the AEA led by Mr. Jim Strandberg to accomplish this herculean task in record time.

Chugach Electric Association is donating nearly 6,000 pounds of turkey to local charitable organizations, including Bean's Café, the Food Bank of Alaska, Covenant House, Salvation Army, Mother Lawrence Foundation and Hope Community Resources. This is the eighth year Chugach has donated turkeys to local charitable organizations.

Thousands of past and long-term Chugach Electric members are receiving a share of a nearly $1.7 million retail capital credits retirement. The Chugach board of directors approved the retirement at its Nov. 19 meeting.

Joint Resolution in Support of the Greater Railbelt Energy and Transmission Corporation (GRETC)

Today three organizations that provide electric service in the Railbelt announced continued support for creation of an entity to meet the combined generation and transmission needs of customers in the region.

Chugach Electric Association is looking for members interested in serving on its 2010 Bylaws, Election and Nominating committees.

Chugach Electric Association, Matanuska Electric Association (MEA) and Municipal Light & Power (ML&P) have united to help customers by expanding Smart Power, an energy-efficiency and conservation program originally established by Chugach.

The Regulatory Commission of Alaska has approved a gas supply contract between ConocoPhillips and Chugach Electric Association.

Chugach has begun a series of power line projects along O'Malley Road. They are the last in a series of projects in recent years to strengthen the regional transmission system and help improve reliability for customers.

A survey crew working on a road project on Monday, June 29 discovered another transmission pole that someone had cut with a chain saw.

The cost of electricity is coming down as the price of natural gas continues to decline from the peak prices seen early in the year.

Mark Johnson started working at Chugach March 19 as general counsel. His work will focus on regulatory and energy affairs.

Governor Palin and Chugach Electric Association are pleased to announce that Chugach has a new, long-term natural gas contract with ConocoPhillips.

Elizabeth "Pat" Kennedy and Jim Nordlund were elected to 3-year terms on the Chugach Electric Association board of directors.

Chugach Electric Association and Green Star are sponsoring "Lighting technology … now and in the future," a workshop focusing on commercial lighting. Jeff Robbins, a lighting specialist with Seattle Lighting Design Lab will be the presenter.

Chugach Electric Association's annual membership meeting and election will be held the evening of April 30 at the Egan Civic & Convention Center.

Felix Melendez started working at Chugach March 17 as the manager of Regulatory Affairs.

Chugach Electric Association is hosting a candidate meet and greet for the four Chugach members running for the two available seats on the cooperative's board in this spring's election. Each seat is for a 3-year term.

Four Chugach Electric Association members are running for two seats on the cooperative's board of directors in this spring's election. Each seat is for a 3-year term.

Kimberly Gialopsos started working at Chugach Jan. 19 as the Human Resources specialist in labor relations and training.

Chugach Electric Association has scheduled a short nighttime outage for customers in Portage and Whittier in order to perform needed maintenance on a substation transformer.

Bonnie Maxwell started working at Chugach recently as the manager, customer service.

Bonnie Maxwell started working at Chugach recently as the manager, customer service.

As part of the Smart Power Program, Chugach Electric Association, Anchorage Municipal Light & Power and Brown's Electric Supply are sponsoring a workshop of energy efficient lighting.

Chugach Electric Association and Municipal Light & Power would like to remind you of the kick off of their joint program to help residential customers save money.

Chugach Electric Association and Municipal Light & Power are joining forces to help residential customers save money. Customers of both utilities will be able to use $2 off coupons to buy compact fluorescent lightbulbs (CFLs).