YVEA members have been receiving phone calls from someone claiming they work for YVEA and attempting to collect payment for their electric bill. They are instructing members to pay by purchasing prepaid VISA cards or power will be disrupted. This is a scam!
You can be assured that you will never get a phone call from YVEA asking to make a payment over the phone to avoid disruption of service. You will however receive a courtesy call if you have a past due balance.
If you call in to make a payment, we must send you into our automated secure system and you must verify your account information in order to make a payment.
It is always good practice if you receive a phone call of this nature from any company calling to ask for payment, especially credit card information, that you ask for a phone number and tell them you will call them right back with your payment.
Please call Yampa Valley Electric at (970)879-1160 if you have any questions.
Yampa Valley Electric Association (YVEA) is a cooperative that provides value to its member-owners by delivering safe and reliable electric service in an environmentally and financially responsible manner.
Co-op Connections Is Here!
The new Touchstone Energy Co-op Connections program provides you with a simple card you can present to participating businesses to help you save money. The program offers national discounts too!
Please call YVEA at 879-1160 if you are a business that is interested in participating in this program, or click here to watch a quick video that describes the program.
High speed broadband is on the way! Powered by Yampa Valley Electric Association (YVEA), Luminate Broadband is in the process of building its fiber optic broadband network, which will deliver high-speed internet to improve the quality of your life. Construction is currently in progress!
YVEA members have the unique opportunity to help non-profits in your local communities, by adding a few cents to top off your monthly electric bill. By rounding the bill up to the nearest dollar, the added pennies go to the YVEA/Operation Round Up Foundation.