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June 17, 2024

Signs your HVAC is in Trouble

Your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system is one of the most important and expensive systems in your home. Detecting issues early can help you plan for repairs or equipment replacement. Equipment functionality issues can affect your electricity use, which may result in higher energy bills. The age of your equipment can be a major factor in function. The lifespan of a heating and cooling system ranges from 15 to 20 years. Proper maintenance and lower use can increase the life of the equipment. To find out the age of your system, look for the manufactured date printed on the...

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June 4, 2024

10 Things You Might Not Know About Power Restoration

Here are 10 things you might not know about power restoration We need you.When your power goes out, it might be just at your home or small section of a neighborhood. There is a chance we may not know about it, and no one has reported it. We rely on you to let us know if your power is out. If you experience an outage, please let us know by reporting it by calling our office at 800.762.0997, reporting it through our SmartHub app, or texting “OUT” to 800.762.0997 from a phone number associated with the account that is without...

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May 16, 2024

Staying Safe

Every year as winter fades, spring brings the promise of a refresh to our landscape. This year, spring also has brought several deadly tornadoes and strong storms, and Ohio’s electric cooperatives continue to assist in the rebuilding of devastated communities and pray for those who have suffered great loss. Of course, no one can know when or where such natural disasters may happen, so your co-op constantly prepares for severe events like we’ve experienced this year. While we can’t prevent the havoc that powerful spring and summer storms can cause, there are things we can control, and we have our...

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April 25, 2024

ACTION REQUESTED: Protecting reliable power in Ohio has never been more critical.

As a member of the electric cooperative family, you know the vital role electric co-ops play in ensuring always-available access to reliable, affordable power. We need your help: Stand up to federal regulators who want to shut down dependable power sources. The Energy Information Administration (EIA) projects that U.S. power demand will reach its highest levels in 2024 and 2025. Despite this, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is moving forward with regulations that threaten to close always-available power plants and make it harder to build new ones. With a growing reliance on electricity to power our economy and everyday lives,...

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April 4, 2024

Pioneer Electric is Preparing for the April 8 Solar Eclipse

Pioneer Electric Cooperative is taking proactive measures to ensure readiness for the upcoming Solar Eclipse on April 8. Your cooperative is doing its best to prepare for the unexpected — and the Solar Eclipse on April 8 is no exception. Understanding the potential for unexpected events, Pioneer Electric Cooperative is strategically placing crews across its service territory to address any outages that may arise during the celestial event. Please know that depending on a variety of factors, including cellular service availability and traffic congestion in specific areas, outage response times could be longer than usual. Pioneer assures its members that...

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March 16, 2023

Pioneer Receives Safety Achievement Certificate

Pioneer was recently awarded a certificate of safety achievement for their 2022 safety evaluation through the Rural Electric Safety Achievement Program (RESAP), a comprehensive system-wide inspection program completed by safety professionals and peer reviewers.  Pioneer once again improved scores overall compared to previous inspections. The RESAP evaluation reviews all areas of Pioneer’s safety program, including work site inspections, facility inspections, and one-on-one employee interviews.

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