Member Services

Choctaw Electric Cooperative is dedicated to teaching safety and energy efficiency to our members and throughout our communities. We offer several programs and services - some at no cost!


If you don't see what you are looking for, please give us a call at 1 (800) 780-6486.

Home Energy Audit

Choctaw Electric Cooperative Hugo, Idabel, Antlers Oklahoma Electric Home Energy Audit

Helps  members locate the probable source of energy loss in their home using a combination of high tech equipment usage reports. 

CEC Loans

Choctaw Electric Cooperative Hugo, Idabel, Antlers Oklahoma Electric CEC Loans

  • Small Appliances up to $2500. Covers the purchase of energy efficient appliances such as freezers, refrigerators, washers, dryers and cook tops. 
  • Energy Efficiency. Helps members finance new storm windows and doors, insulation, install a new heat pump or HVAC system and more.

Office Tours

Choctaw Electric Cooperative Hugo, Idabel, Antlers Oklahoma Electric Office Tours

Offer a fun and educational way to teach all ages about the process of running an electric cooperative.

CPR training

Choctaw Electric Cooperative Hugo, Idabel, Antlers Oklahoma Electric CPR Training

CEC offers CPR training to local communities, groups and organizations as part of our commitment to safety

Other Activities

An 8 hour course that may reduce your insurance and help you become a better driver.

An innovative partnership with Western Farmers Electric Cooperative, Choctaw Electric Cooperative and Precise Building Performance will make it more affordable for co-op members to make their homes more energy efficient.

Choctaw Electric Cooperative offers safety demonstrations for kids that makes learning about safety fun and educational.

YouthPower Energy camp is designed to help develop leadership skills, have summertime fun, and at the same time learn about one of rural   America's most important industries - rural electrification.

Let Willie Wiredhand teach children how electricty works, why it is important, and it can be harmful if not treated with respect.

A week long trip to Washington, D.C. for high school juniors.