In the early hours of November 4, crews from Mohave Electric Cooperative along with Dielco Crane Service, removed an old transformer in the Willow Valley Substation in Mohave Valley and replaced it with a new transformer to continue to address reliability and load growth for the future.
Winter Snowstorm Causes MEC Outage
At 6:37 p.m. Sunday, December 11, Mohave Electric Cooperative (MEC) members in the eastern service area lost power due to an extreme snowstorm. The heavy snowfall and wind broke a crossarm on MEC’s 69KV sub-transmission line to the Nelson Substation. This outage affected 483 members in the Peach Springs, Grand Canyon Caverns, Supai, and Pica areas.
High Winds Cause Power Line Damage
High winds continue to be a nuisance to MEC’s service area. This time, the wind blew an energized piece of equipment into another piece of equipment causing damage to the electric line. Crews deenergized the circuit to make repairs to the line and equipment, restoring power to all members at 6:54am.
MEC Presents $50k Grant to Fire Department for Solar
Mohave Electric Cooperative presented a ceremonial check for $50,000 to the Bullhead City Fire Department on 8/3/2022 to represent the completion of the MEC Solar Initiative for the Community project at Bullhead City Fire Station 5.