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Help NFEC Battle Copper Crime

Soaring metal prices have been blamed for an increase in thefts of copper and aluminum, primary components of electric distribution lines. Recent thefts of copper wire and equipment from electric utilities have been responsible for power outages, additional maintenance and expenses, diminished service reliability, and, in some cases, serious injury or death.

Billing Statements Getting New Look

Your electric bill has a new look! In our continuing efforts to improve our services, we’ll be debuting a redesigned billing statement this week. Be on the lookout for the new format and a detailed bill explanation. Anyone with questions may call an NFEC member representative at 580-928-3366.

Phone number for payments has changed

As part of our dedication to provide safe, secure service, NFEC has introduced a new toll-free phone number specifically for payments. Members can pay their bills over the phone with a debit card, credit card, or check by using our new Pay by Phone number, 844-759-3983. With this automated service, you enter your payment using the buttons on your phone’s keypad. You can also use the system to change your phone number.

Why is NFEC using the Pay by Phone system?

SmartHub is Coming Soon

Co-op Members Weather the Storm

According to American politician and author Newt Gingrich, “Perseverance is the hard work you do after you get tired of doing the hard work you already did.”

Webb Named Oklahoma YLC Delegate

Each year on the Rural Electric Youth Tour, cooperative delegates are given the opportunity to be selected for the prestigious NRECA Youth Leadership Council. One student from each state is selected to represent their state during the coming year. At the Oklahoma Youth Tour Banquet in June, Northfork Electric Youth Tour delegate Gabe Webb was named Oklahoma’s 2017 YLC representative.

“I’m so excited! I wanted this so bad!” an ecstatic Webb reacted upon finding out he had been chosen.

After the Storm

These poles were recently delivered to the cooperative’s headquarters facility to be used in making the permanent repairs to over 100 miles of line damaged by the December 2015 ice storm. The project is on schedule to be completed sometime in 2019.  


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