Anyone who was a member of Big Bend Electric Cooperative during 2016 will get a Capital Credit Allocation Statement in the mail in June. This statement, which was mailed June 8th, shows the portion of capital credits that each member was allocated based on their electric purchases for 2016. This is for your records only […]
Justin Naef (second from the left) and McKenna Lovejoy (third from the left) are on their way to D.C. with the NRECA Youth Tour. Big Bend Electric Cooperative is sending Justin Naef who will be a Senior at Connell High School and McKenna Lovejoy who is from Eltopia and attends Tri-Cities Prep in Pasco. Benton REA […]
The evening of May 4th brought a significant lightning storm to the area that caused approximately 1800 Big Bend Electric members to have power interruptions and several thousand power blinks on our system primarily stretching from Othello to Pasco. However your hard working linemen came to the rescue working thru the night and the following […]
Several Big Bend Electric members have recently received calls by scammers who are calling residents and impersonating utility staff, claiming to be collecting on late bills. How the Scam Works: The phone rings, and the person on the other line identifies her/himself as a representative from your local electric, water or gas company. He or she tells […]
Big Bend Electric is going to start it’s tree trimming program in the next few weeks. The area to be trimmed will be the Othello and Basin City areas. That also includes the area North of Road 170 up to Lee Road. Click here to learn more about BBEC’s tree trimming and vegetation management.
Now available – Online access to account information, paperless billing, Pay-By-Phone 24/7, account notifications via email or text message and much more! SmartHub® SmartHub is a convenient two-way communication program that allows members to access their Big Bend Electric account information through personal computers and mobile devices, including iPhone, iPad and Android smart phones and […]
Use caution when working around overhead and underground power lines. Maintain proper clearances when working near power lines. Contact the cooperative if you are unsure about power line clearances. Please do not stack hay, fruit bins or other objects under power lines. Before digging, call (800) 424-5555 or 811 to have underground utility lines located […]