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Welcome to Anza Electric Cooperative


New! As part of our dedication to provide safe, secure service, AEC is introducing a new toll-free phone number specifically for payments.

Members can pay their bills over the phone with a debit/credit card, or check using the new Pay-by-Phone number 844-311-7201.



It's that time of year again.​

Utility Tree Service will be working in the Cary Road and Bautista Road areas for the next week or so trimming trees near power lines.

We appreciate your cooperation as this not only reduces fire hazards in our community but prevents power outages and brings us in compliance with state requirements.


U.S. Dept of Energy & Anza Electric Cooperative
With funding from the Department of Energy's Sunshot initiative, 14 Co-ops including Anza Electric Cooperative are developing PV system packages consisting of standardized designs for 250 KW, 500 MW and 1 MW systems.
The research explores how standardization can help bring down the costs of solar. The SunShot Initiative drives research, manufacturing, and market solutions to make the abundant solar energy resources in the United States more affordable and accessible for Americans.
The Department of Energy is providing $3.6 million, matched by $1.2 million from NRECA (National Rural Electric Cooperative Association), the National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corporation (CFC), Federated Rural Electric Insurance Exchange, PowerSecure Internation, Inc. (NYSE:POWR) and fourteen particpating cooperatives.
Is your account past due?

If your due date has passed or you have a payment arrangement you have not kept, contact the AEC office right away. In most cases, we can offer some additional payment time.

What will happen if I don’t pay by the due date?

The short answer is, your service will be disconnected. Disconnecting services for the non-payment is the last thing we want to do. That's why we encourage members to contact the AEC office.

If you receive a delinquent notice on your bill, you will need to respond to the date hi-lighted in the message and also listed in red at the bottom of the bill as the “Disconnect Date. ”

If you have already made a payment arrangement and find you can’t keep the date, be sure to contact the AEC office to see if new arrangements can be made. If no arrangement exists or an arrangement has been broken, a message will be sent to the phone number(s) we have on file letting you know to respond by a specific date and time to avoid disconnection.

Click Late Payment FAQ above to see more......

Small change that changes lives - Operation Roundup

Your spare change alone may not make a big difference – however, when you combine that spare change with all of your neighbors, it can change lives.

With that concept in mind, Anza Electric Cooperative established Operation Roundup as a way for the 4,000 members to combine their spare change for the benefit of the communities in this area.

The program was set up with the goal of making a big difference with small change. By allowing AEC to round up your monthly electric bill to the next higher dollar amount each month, the extra pennies are contributed to the AEC Operation Roundup fund.

Operation Roundup was started by Palmetto Electric Cooperative, in South Carolina, in 1989. Since then over 278 electric cooperatives nationwide have chosen to adopt the program.

Click Operation Round up above to see more.......

ConnectAnza is quickly becoming a reality to bring High Speed Internet to the area.

Construction has begun and fiber optic cable is being hung. The first segment of construction includes the downtown Anza area.

Free Wi-Fi Internet is currently available at the Anza Community Hall and Minor Park.

No password is needed. 

To track our progress or sign up for our newsletter to keep up-to-
date on the project visit

Online Bill Pay

Now Accepting American Express & Discover!