• Outage Update

    Friday, September 18, 2020

    NVEC as well as all of the neighboring utilities who have been assisting us during this devastating time, have made amazing progress with re-building the lines lost from the fire.

    Desautel Outage: This has been rescheduled by BPA for this Saturday - Sept 19 , from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm.

    Cameron Lake should now have power restored in all areas. If you are still off, please call NVEC to let us know.

    To our Members that lost their homes to the fire… please call NVEC and let us know ASAP so that we can update our system and make sure we are not billing you. We also would like to know if you plan to rebuild in the next 12 months.

    Thank you all so much for your patience! We know it has not been easy and we appreciate all the kind words you have given us to pass to our linemen.

    Our office is closed to the public until further notice. To make a payment, please call with a debit/credit card, pay online, or put your payment through the slot in the door.

    Welcome to Nespelem Valley Electric Cooperative!

    We are delighted that you have taken the opportunity to visit with your member-owned, rural electric cooperative today. Throughout this site you will find helpful information about our elected trustees and staff members; who to contact with questions you might have; the history and mission of our electric co-op; the issues we are following; and, special programs we offer to you, our members.


    Nespelem Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc. is located 15 miles north of the Grand Coulee Dam and 35 miles south of Omak. NVEC serves the western area of the Colville Indian Reservation in beautiful Okanogan County in sight of the Grand Coulee Dam and the Chief Joseph Dam near Bridgeport. We serve 1,500 customers and maintain over 400 miles of line.

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