Contact People's Electric Cooperative (PEC) at (580) 332-3031 or toll-free within our service area at (877) 456-3031 to discuss your needs with a PEC Representative. Your Representative will ask for the nearest PEC pole number, the legal description of your property with good driving directions, along with information about the size and type of construction you will build. If anything about your job changes after this initial call (such as site location, size of equipment, etc.) please contact your PEC Representative.
A PEC Staking Engineer will visit your location to discuss building location, type of service, terrain, and other factors that may influence the cost of construction. This is a free, one-time service provided by PEC so we may provide you with an accurate quote for building your service. PEC may provide a credit toward this cost.
For your safety, PEC recommends to build at least the length of a power pole (around 40 feet).
PEC representatives are updated once each week as to the status of each job. Due to the pre-construction process, however, PEC Representatives will not have any information on your job until four weeks after we receive your documents and payment for construction. Please feel free to contact us any time after the pre-construction four-week process for a status update of your job.
Yes. Contact your PEC Representative to schedule new service.
Contact your PEC Representative to schedule and plan for moving of lines.
Each member is responsible for setting his or her temporary pole.
After PEC determines your need for underground service and temporary service is complete, please have the appropriate service entrance installed. Once your electrician has completed this task, contact your PEC Representative to schedule underground service.
PEC will supply the meter base at no charge. However, PEC will not supply the meter base for a temporary pole. Meter bases can be picked up at PEC's offices.
There is no charge for members to set a pole for a security light. The monthly rental fee will be determined by the equipment that is installed.
Yes. An on/off switch is $75 and can be added to your electric bill. A PEC Line Technician will install this device. The standard security light kilowatt-hours will apply.