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Retirees and New Hires

Two longtime CHEC employees have announced their retirement. CHEC is also welcoming two new employees to the team, Silas Hooper of Avon and Robbie Easley of Hatteras.

Rate Increase Necessary in 2018

Cape Hatteras Electric Cooperative recently concluded a cost of service study, which was conducted to ensure that electricity rates are sufficient to recover the cooperative’s power costs and operating expenses for both residential and commercial members.  CHEC’s rate consultant, along with management, reviewed the results of the study and presented the findings to the cooperative Board of Directors in November. 

Archived News

Click here to view past Cape Hatteras Highlights newsletters.

Public EV charging coming to Hatteras Island

CHEC is excited to announce the installation of two public electric vehicle (EV) charging stations on Hatteras Island.  

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