Latest Updates and Information
The OPALCO Board of Directors has been aware of controversy surrounding letters sent during the past year by OPALCO’s lawyers and would like to take this opportunity to clear up this matter.
Board of Directors
Dauciunas and Hall retain their board seats in 2014 election. OPALCO Board meetings are scheduled the third Thursday of each month and members are welcome. Meeting agendas and board packets are usually posted on the Friday in advance of each meeting.
2014 Annual Meeting: Sat. May 3rd
Incumbents Vince Dauciunas and Glenna Hall were re-elected on Saturday, May 3rd. Both bylaw amendments failed. Voter turn out was 23% of the OPALCO membership. Randy Cornelius announced his retirement and presented Foster Hildreth as his successor. Read all about it!
Join OPALCO's Team!
OPALCO provides a supportive and healthy workplace with generous pay, benefits and training opportunities. Keep your eye on our website for job openings and consider joining our co-op family. Current openings: Head Accountant, GIS Technician, Member Service Engineer, Software Specialist.
Last updated: May 20, 2014
The first Energy Fair hosted by Islands Energy and OPALCO was a great success! Visitors at the May 17th event received free energy kits, attended conservation workshops, and engaged in lively conversations with a variety of contractors to learn more about solar panel installations, home energy upgrades, financing programs from Islanders Bank, and electric vehicles,… READ MORE »
OPALCO is a non-profit, member-owned electric cooperative that distributes electricity to 20 islands in the Salish Sea archipelago and employs approximately 50 people in San Juan County. The Co-op is governed by a seven-member board of directors who are elected by a vote of the members each year at the annual meeting.