News and Events

83rd Annual Meeting Recap

On a sunny and warm Saturday morning, more than 1,300 Cullman Electric Cooperative members and their guests gathered for the co-op’s 83rd annual meeting, Sept. 14, 2019, at Northbrook Church in Cullman.

More than 400 members were lined up at 8 a.m. and registered within the first 30 minutes. By the time registration closed at 11 a.m., 1,348 co-op members received a $15 bill credit for attending the meeting and entered the grand prize drawing for a 2003 Ford Ranger truck.


ALERT: POWER OUTAGE PLANNED FOR 9 PM TUESDAY (9/10) TVA crews will be here to perform proactive maintenance. The outage will begin at 9 PM on Tuesday and last approximately 5 hours. The communities impacted are those served by the Bremen substation. They are:
Crane Hill
Black Bottoms
Southeast side of Smith Lake
Please make plans accordingly.

Scheduled Power Outage

NOTICE: Planned Power Outage: Thursday, May 2nd 8:15 AM to 12:30 PM between Center Hill and Walter.

All areas in blue will be impacted. This is to perform necessary system upgrades.
Center Hill Outage Map
All areas in blue will be impacted by Thursday's planned outage.

Touch A Truck

Saturday, April 13th 10 am - 2 pm

Come celebrate our Cullman area first responders, and get the kids up close and inside vehicles from the Cullman County Sheriffs Office, the City of Cullman police and fire departments, Cullman EMS and several volunteer fire departments from across the county.

Happy Veterans Day!

As our nation celebrates Veterans Day, Cullman Electric Cooperative is proud to recognize its six current employees who  served — or continue to serve — our country’s military:  (pictured left to right) Judd Morton (Army National Guard, 2006-2010), Shannon Bell (Army National Guard, 1989-1993), Ernie Geisen (Navy, 1982-85; Air Force, 85-89; Army Reserve, 90-98; Air Force Reserve, 99-2008), John Black (Army National Guard, 1983-present), Keith Tankersley (Marine Corp,

Copper Thieves Do Major Damage To Substation And Cause Outages For Thousands

Vandalism inside a Cullman Electric Cooperative substation on Friday caused thousands of dollars in damage and resulted in more than 3,000 co-op members being without power for more than an hour.


Co-op members served by the Ebenezer substation in northwest Cullman County were without power for approximately 90 minutes while crews replaced grounding wires that had been stolen overnight.