Why is my electric bill so high?

The record-setting cold temperatures in late January kept most of us indoors and looking for ways to stay warm. Please be aware that you may see higher-than-normal electric bills next month, which begs the question: “Why does my bill go up when it’s cold outside?”...
Now Hiring for a Part-Time Position

Now Hiring for a Part-Time Position

Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative, Inc. in Paulding, Ohio has an opening for a part-time accounting clerk.  A basic knowledge of accounting procedures and work with Microsoft Office software is preferred.  This position is approximately 20 hours per week.  All...

Changing Lives: How PPEC maximizes local impact

How do you calculate how many lives your efforts have touched? In Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative’s case, it’s an impossible equation. But that’s not the point. Our community-centric attitude is the gear that keeps us moving — a constant striving to empower our...

More than 600 attend PPEC’s Member Appreciation Day

Adults and kids alike enjoyed a day of carnival-style fun in the sun Newborns, retirees, and all ages between were found at Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative’s first annual Member Appreciation Day on Saturday, July 28, at Paulding County Fairgrounds. From 10 a.m....
PPEC members donate more than $12,300 to local groups

PPEC members donate more than $12,300 to local groups

Operation Round Up helps fund 40 NOAA weather radios, an AED, water pump, veterans shelter, and more Small coins make a big difference when Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative members join together to fund change in their communities. More than $12,300 in...
Putting the buck on cancer

Putting the buck on cancer

PPEC helps raise $4,000 with Rodeo Night against childhood cancer Whether you’re a bull rider resisting being thrown to the ground or a child coping with cancer, the goal is the same: Hang on and don’t let go. Rodeo Night at the Paulding County Fair June 16 was an...

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