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Who we are, how we operate, and our commitment to cooperative principles.
Outage map, outage updates, report a streetlight, and how power is restored.
Salem Electric is offering financial assitance to residential members and businesses impacted by Governor Brown's Executive Order.
The Salem Electric Annual Meeting will be held via webinar on May 5 at 6:00 p.m. Members can join the webinar by registering ahead of time.
To further support members impacted by COVID-19, Salem Electric is temporarily suspending disconnects for inability to pay and late fees.
If you are unable to pay your electric bill in full or on time, please contact us at 503-362-3601.
Our office lobby will be closed to the public beginning Monday, March 16.
Each year, capital credits are allocated to Salem Electric members based on the amount of energy they purchased the previous year.
Alicia Bonesteele Retires From the Board
SE has installed 17 nesting platforms throughout our service area to help provide a safe place for osprey to build their nests.
Members have the opportunity to vote for three director positions. We encourage you to vote when your ballot arrives.
Did you know that Family Building Blocks changes over 25,000 diapers a year? That is a lot of diapers!
Thanks to your generosity, Salem Electric received over $15,000 in donations to the Salem Electric Member Assistance Program in 2019!
Electric Vehicles: Good for you, the environment, and the co-op!
Help advocate for affordable rates and reliable service.
Salem Electric is pleased to announce that Griffen Hubbard has been selected as Salem Electric’s 2020 NRECA Youth Tour delegate.
Salem Electric’s current residential rate for electricity is 7.55 cents/kWh, 31% below the average cost per kWh in Oregon, and 41% lower than the national average.
A look back at 2019.
One of the biggest energy users in your home is your heating and cooling system.
Whether you use one, 100, or 1,000 kilowatt hours of electricity, there are expenses that don’t vary based on the amount of electricity you use.
Efforts are underway to restore pollinator habitat in Salem parks.
We're excited to announce a new look for our website, newsletter, and logo.
Don't wait, apply for a scholarship today.
We look forward to serving you in 2020.
Three positions are up for election this spring.
Honored to serve.
We are public power. We are more powerful together.
Three board positions are up for election.
Salem Electric is offering ten $1,500 college scholarships.
Managing vegetation is a critical part of Salem Electric’s ability to deliver safe and reliable electric service.
Salem Electric’s goal is to provide members with reliable service, and we take that task seriously.
Salem Electric's Winter Heating Assistance Program is available to members that meet income guidelines.
Claim forms for ENERGY STAR-rated refrigerators, freezers, and hard-wired fixtures are due by December 13, 2019.
Each June more than 1,500 students from across America participate in the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) Youth Tour and so can you!
The Salem Police Department collects unwanted cell phones to help victims of domestic violence.
We need your help to identify streetlights that are not working properly.
Tis the Season! Salem Electric is collecting toys for the Salem Police Department’s Annual Toy Drive.
Join us Saturday, December 14, at the Keizer Chamber of Commerce Holiday Lights Parade.
New look. New experience. Same SmartHub.
Managing vegetation is a critical part of Salem Electric's ability to deliver safe and reliable electric service.
By the Community, for the Community
Thanks to Marion Polk Food Share, an independent nonprofit agency, this month more than 46,000 people — including 15,000 children in Marion and Polk counties — will access food through a shelter, community meal site, church, or food pantry.
As technology changes and people acquire more electronics, it's important to keep your personal defenses up.
Details on the October 1, 2019 rate adjustment.
October is National Co-op Month. Electric co-ops are proud to power more than 20 million American homes, businesses, farms, and schools in 48 states.
FEMA provides information on how to stay safe during a power outage.
Don't wait. Be prepared before the storm.
The Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) announced a rate adjustment for transmission and power services effective October 1, 2019.
Scam Alert—Don't be the next victim!