How to Transfer or Stop Services
For connecting, disconnecting or transferring an existing service, call AVEC Member Services at 1-800-478-1818.
To DISCONNECT a service, or remove it from your name, you will need Disconnect Form . If the service is to be transfered into someone elses name, whithout service interruption, we MUST receive Connect & Membership Paperwork for the new account holder at the same time. Fax your completed form(s) to 1-800-478-2389.
For A Change in Membership you will need to submit several items: either a Joint to Single OR a Single to Joint form, as well as a NEW Membership Form. Those forms can be found below.
Do You Have a Damage Claim To Submit To AVEC
If you believe that you have a payable damage cliam, casued by AVEC, please complete the Consumer Report of Damages. This form is available to downlowd below. Once the form is completed, please fax it to AVEC at 1-800-478-2389. At that time we will forward the cliam to our insurance carrier for review and follow up.
Have quesitons about a claim you have submitted? Call 1-800-561-1818
How to Start New Service
To establish new electrical service in your home or office, we need a few details to get started. Click on this link to view New Service Request Procedures or follow the steps below:
- Call, email, or click on these links to get your Residential or Commercial Service
Click on these links to get directions to fill out your Residential Directions or Commercial Directions service request forms.
- A Connect Form is needed to initiate service with AVEC. Click here for the Connect Form
- A Disconnect Form is needed to end service or change ownership of the service with AVEC. Click here for the Disconnect Form
- A Membership Form is needed to complete all new connects or ownership/name changes on all services with AVEC. Click here for the Membership Form
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- Make any necessary changes to your structure so that it complies with AVEC standards as outlined in your Entrance Inspection Form (included in your Service Request paperwork or available to download under the Standard Service Offerings Section).
- Send or email all your completed forms to: Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc. 4831 Eagle St. Anchorage Alaska 99503
- After AVEC receives your completed forms, we’ll create a work order and our Engineering Department will begin designing the new service.
- After the design is completed, you will be notified of any CIA (Contribution in Aid) cost that may be due. (This cost usually applies only to commercial customers with large electrical demands or other customers located far outside a village.)
- When you are ready for the new service to be connected (and you’ve paid any CIA that may be applicable), notify the Operations Department by calling 1-800-478-1818. Please be sure your paperwork has been submitted and you have no delinquent accounts with AVEC before calling.
- Following this notification, a lineman will be sent to your village to make the connection within 90 days.
Important: To make the connection, your service area must comply with AVEC standards as outlined in your Entrance Inspection Form (part of the initial Service Request paperwork). If it does not, the connection cannot be made.
For additional information, please contact the AVEC Operations Department:
- 1-800-959-0324 (fax)
- Email link - TBD
Billing and Payment Options
Bills are mailed around the 20th of each month and you can pay by mail or online with your Visa or Master Card.
By Mail: Simply send your check or money order though the mail.
By Phone: Use your credit card or debit card over the phone by calling AVEC Member Services at 1-800-478-1818.
Online Bill Pay: You may pay your bill online with your Visa or Master Card by clicking the link Online Bill Pay. The first time you access online bill payment you will be asked to complete the registration process by providing your account number, the last four digits of your social security number, a valid phone number and email address. The social security number and phone number you provide must match what we have in our computer system. If you wish to change or provide updated information you may call Member Services.
Call Member Services at 1-800-478-1818 for assistance.
Payment System Notice: Online access to member accounts and bill payment will not be available between 3:00pm June 17th and 10:00 am June 18th due to system maintenance. We regret any inconvenience this may cause.
Understanding Your Bill
Your bill is calculated using your total kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity consumed multiplied by a specific rate. This rate varies by the amount of electricity consumed, the cost of fuel for your village, and (for residential customers) the allowable Power Cost Equalization (PCE) adjustment approved for your village. Here are the basic equations:
- For 1-500 kWh consumed:
Rate = ( .30 + Cost of Fuel) - (PCE Adjustment)
- For 501-700 kWh consumed:
Rate = (.30 + Cost of Fuel)
- Over 700 kWh consumed:
Rate = (.20 + Cost of Fuel)
To look up the rate for your village (as well as specific fuels costs and PCE rates), see the Table of Residential Rates.
PCE funding is governed by Alaska State Statute (42.45.110), and rates are approved by the Regulatory Commission of Alaska.
Small Commercial Customers:
- For 1-700 kWh consumed: Rate = ( .30 + Cost of Fuel)
- Over 700 kWh consumed: Rate = (.20 + Cost of Fuel)
To look up the rate for your village (as well as specific fuels costs), click on Table of Small Commercial Rates.
Contact your AVEC representative for rate information.
Do you have an account that you want to be evaluated to receive PCE under the Community Facility bracket? If so, you will need to complete the PCE Community Facility Information Sheet and provide the required backup for each service. Once the PCE Information sheet is completed, and the needed backup is ready, fax your completed application to AVEC at 1-800-478-2389. Click here for a copy of the application PCE Community Facility Information Sheet
Other Fees: Some villages assess city sales tax to electrical usage. If a service is billed on a demand meter there will be a demand charge assessed (charge derived by the highest draw from the generator during a 15-minute interval throughout the month). If your charges are 60 days past due a late fee will be added to the total until the balance due is no longer delinquent.