Capital Credits to be listed on April/May bills

New Hampshire Electric Cooperative will be allocating positive operating margins to each of its members’ accounts based on their individual usage.  As a result, a line item pertaining to “capital credits” will appear on the bottom of your April and/or May bills (see message below).  It will indicate the amount that is being set aside in your capital account.  Please note that this is an equity account, not a cash account.  It represents your ownership interest, or equity, in the Cooperative.

YOUR CAPITAL CREDIT ALLOCATION FOR 2019 IS $0.00.  THIS AMOUNT WILL BE APPLIED TO YOUR PATRONAGE CAPITAL ACCOUNT.

Covid-19 update: NHEC temporarily suspends non-essential work and appointments until April 1st

The Governor of New Hampshire has declared a state of emergency and governments, schools, businesses and citizens are all taking action to limit interaction and spread of the coronavirus.

New Hampshire Electric Co-op is temporarily suspending any non-essential work and appointments that require a technician to enter a home or come in close, physical contact with other individuals. This includes but is not limited to our Home Performance with ENERGY STAR, Home Energy Assistance, and Small Business programs. This suspension began on Thursday, March 19, and will last through at least Monday, April 1st.

If you have any questions you can contact our Member Solutions team at 1.800.698.2007, or email us at solutions@nhec.com.

We thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.

NHEC Foundation awards $237,668 in grants in 2019.

Thanks to the generosity of NHEC members who participate in the Round Up program, the NHEC Foundation was able to award $237,668 in grants to 56 nonprofit and charitable organizations in 2019. Foundation grants supported worthy programs and projects from Raymond to Colebrook and in all parts of NHEC’s service territory. The NHEC Foundation Board of Trustees encourages all groups working to improve the quality of life for our members to find out more about awards and challenge grants.

Organization Name  Amount of Award
Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country  $5,000
Advice to the Players $2,500
American Red Cross of NH/VT  $10,000
Appalachian Mountain Club  $2,500
Believe in Books Literacy Foundation  $2,500
Boys & Girls Club of Central NH  $2,500
Bridge House  $10,000
Campton Elementary Park & Recreation Department  $2,550
Circle Program  $2,500
Communities for Alcohol & Drug-Free Youth (CADY)  $5,000
Copper Cannon Camp  $1,000
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)  $2,000
Cub Scout Pack 53  $1,500
D Acres of NH  $1,500
Deerwood Foundation  $500
Easter Seals NH  $2,500
Friends of Meredith Parks & Recreation  $2,500
Friends of the Libby Museum  $3,500
Friends Program  $3,000
Got Lunch! Campton / Thornton  $2,000
Got Lunch! Colebrook  $2,000
Got Lunch! Plymouth  $2,000
Harbor Homes  $10,000
HHB Healing Foundation  $1,800
Hooks N Needles  $1,000
Kathy Anderson Scholarship  $2,500
Make-A-Wish Foundation of NH  $1,000
Margret and HA Rey Center  $2,500
Mayhew Program  $5,000
New Hampshire Audubon $3,000
NH Food Bank  $10,300
NH LAKES  $3,500
New Hampshire Public Radio  $2,500
NHEC Foundation Scholarship Awards  $9,000
North Conway Public Library  $5,000
North Country Cares  $1,000
Pemi Baker Community Health  $3,454
Pemi Youth Center  $2,000
Plymouth Area Community Closet  $6,250
Plymouth Area Renewable Energy Initiative  $10,000
Plymouth Elementary Park and Recreation Department  $2,325
Project Care  $44,178
Reach High Scholars Program  $5,000
Russell Elementary School  $2,000
Salvation Army of Laconia  $2,054
Sandwich Children’s Center  $2,000
School District SAU 48  $5,000
Society for the Protection of NH Forests  $3,607
Spaulding Youth Center  $2,000
Squam Lakes Natural Science Center  $4,150
Tapply-Thompson Community Center  $2,500
Tillotson Center  $3,000
Visiting Nurse Home Care & Hospice of Carroll County $6,000
Winnipesaukee Playhouse  $1,000
YMCA Camp Nellie Huckins  $2,000
YMCA of Greater Boston  $2,000
 $237,668

NH Electric Co-op Foundation Announces Fourth Quarter Grant Recipients

PLYMOUTH, NH – The New Hampshire Electric Co-op Foundation (NHEC Foundation) awarded 11 grants totaling $42,558 to organizations throughout New Hampshire.  The following organizations received grants ranging from $1,500 – $10,000.  American Red Cross of NH/VT, Campton Elementary School Park & Recreation Program, Communities for Alcohol & Drug-Free Youth (CADY), Cub Scout Pack 53 (Alton), Friends Program, Mayhew Program, Pemi Baker Community Health, Salvation Army of Laconia, School District SAU 48, Russell Elementary School (Rumney), Tillotson Center (Colebrook).

The NHEC Foundation is funded by the generosity of over 44,000 New Hampshire Electric Co-op members who participate in the Round Up Program. Participating members agree to have their monthly electric bill rounded up to the next dollar, which enables the NHEC Foundation to award quarterly grants and scholarships to children of NHEC members.  To learn more about the NHEC Foundation, enroll in the Round Up Program or apply for a Foundation grant, please visit www.nhec.com/nhec-foundation.

New Hampshire Electric Co-op is a member-led electric distribution cooperative serving 84,000 homes and businesses in 115 New Hampshire communities. www.nhec.com.