Category Archives: News

How Do We Restore Power?

This video helps explain the process of restoring power during a major storm outage like we are experiencing. Crews are working quickly and methodically to ensure power is restored to all of our members.

Outage Update

Updated 4/18/2020 at 9:20 pm All outages have been restored! If you are experiencing an outage, please call 1-800-513-2677 or use our SmartHub app. Thanks again to Salt Rive Electric, Farmers Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation, Bowlin, Elliot, Phillips and Cumberland Valley Electric crews for all their hard work!Continue Reading

A Message to Our Members

Seems like a lifetime ago, when things were “normal”. Since we have closed our lobbies, most of our interaction you come over the phone. Here are what Cumberland Valley Electric members are most frequently asking. How are we handling business during the COVID-19 crisis? We are practicing social distancing, doing deep cleanings, washing and disinfecting…Continue Reading

A Message from Our Manager, Ted Hampton

First and foremost, from our CVE family to yours: be safe, stay healthy, and take every precautionary measure you can to protect you and your family. We are in the process of closing our two offices to employees only. We will now conduct all business over the phone, or electronically until further notice. You can…Continue Reading

A message for our members concerning Coronavirus

The health of our members is top priority for CVE. Please take all steps possible to protect yourselves and your loved ones which includes frequent hand washing and minimizing your time in public places. We are cleaning and sanitizing our offices daily. We understand the need to avoid crowds and to stay in as much…Continue Reading

Flood Work

Cumberland Valley Electric’s Chad Ferguson and Terry McCreary helping people get their lights back on after recent flooding in the area. Photo credit: Jarrod Mills, the Times TribuneContinue Reading

Tariff Change

In accordance with Senate Bill 100, Cumberland Valley Electric has filed a tariff change with the Kentucky Public Service Commission. The revision raises the maximum rated capacity on net metering installations from 30 kW to 45kW.  That tariff filing is available at the following address under filing number TFS2019-00715.Continue Reading