News

Unclaimed Capital Credits

Consumers Power is attempting to locate former members of the cooperative whose capital credit checks issued in 2016 and remain unclaimed. These checks are for members who received electric service from CPI in 1989. The capital credit checks of these former members have been returned by the U.S. Post Office as… Read More

Wildfire Outages

CPI crews continue to work restoring power to members throughout our service territory.  To see a map of the affected areas please CLICK HERE. Crews continue to operate under our fire mitigation plan concerning extreme fire conditions.  We are cooperating with all government agencies and emergency services during this very… Read More

Wildfire Statement

We at Consumers Power are grieving as we watch unprecedented wildfires ravage our beautiful state. We not only work here, we live here, and care deeply about our community.  Our thoughts are with our members, their families and the communities who have suffered terrible losses during this catastrophic event. Days… Read More

CPI’S 81ST ANNUAL MEETING

CPI held our 81st annual meeting on September 12th.  55 members attended the event which was downsized due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  We required temperature checks, face coverings and social distancing and would like to thank our attending members for their cooperation during the meeting. Elected to serve a three year… Read More

CPI COVID-19 Update

As the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation continues in the United States and Oregon, we want our members to know that CPI is closely monitoring communications on this topic from local, state, and federal authorities and has a plan in place to keep the community and employees safe while maintaining reliable electric… Read More

CPI Dead Tree Removal Program

Severe and prolonged drought conditions throughout the Western U.S., especially in 2013 and 2014, have killed and continue to kill conifers.  Dead trees such as these in and adjacent to powerline rights-of-way pose a direct hazard to electric service reliability and could be a fire ignition source. To abate this… Read More