Energy Savings

Reduce Energy Waste!

Find out how you can reduce energy waste and save money with a Home Snapshot Energy Assessment. Call 376-3586 to schedule yours today.

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Job Openings

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: Communication Technician, Network Engineer, Head Accountant, Communication Specialist.

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News

Latest Updates and Information

Check out the the Island Network presentation and business plan that were discussed at the October 16 board meeting. OPALCO is making progress on delivering Internet services to our membership! Stay tuned for more on this development soon.

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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.

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Annual Meeting

2015 Annual Meeting: Sat. May 2nd

The 2015 annual meeting date is set for Saturday, May 2nd. Board elections will take place for District 2, which includes Orcas, Armitage, Big Double, Blakely, Fawn, Little Double and Obstruction islands.

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Energy Savings Blog: Sharing the Load

Last updated: November 14, 2014

Big Savings on Heat Pump Water Heaters

Water heaters are one of the biggest sources of energy consumption, second only to energy used to heat your home or business.  Over the past few years, a new type of water heater, using Heat Pump technology, cuts water heating energy use by about 60% compared to standard electric storage water heaters. If you’re thinking about replacing… READ MORE »

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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.