Pine Gulch Fire: De beque members on County Road 204 (north of 200), 202 and 200 please be aware that power will remain off until evacuation orders are lifted and our crews inspect power lines to confirm it is safe to restore power. Public safety and emergency precautions including disabling power is necessary at this time.
The proliferation of communications channels on the grid and the rising sophistication of cyber-attacks have substantially increased vulnerability to malicious intrusion, data theft, lost productivity and, potentially, service disruption. All co-ops, regardless of size, need to take ongoing steps to ensure the security of their data and connected hardware.
With scammers taking Americans for untold billions of dollars every year, the nation's utilities are banding together to raise awareness and fight back. The collaboration and cooperation among cooperatives encourages utilities and their member's to share these messages to help guard against scam activity. Grand Valley Power is proactively involved with UUAS (Utilities United Against Scams) and will report impersonators and toll-free numbers to combat these scams.