Welcome to Your Hometown Co-op
As CEO of Grand Valley Power, and on behalf of our employees, I welcome you to our family of over 17,000 members. When you receive electricity from the cooperative, you become a member—an owner, really—of the business. That’s an important part of our hometown makeup. It helps us focus on the things that are important to you: safety, service, trust and value. Check out our website, and if you have any questions, contact one of our Member Services representatives at 970-242-0040. We look forward to being your hometown energy provider!Tom Walch, CEO
Start, Transfer or Stop Service
If you need to start, transfer or stop service with Grand Valley Power, please contact our main office at (970) 242-0040.
As a not-for-profit electric cooperative, we work 24/7 to provide over 17,000 members and businesses the most reliable and affordable electric service possible. Learn more about how GVP organized the first electric co-op in Colorado.
Seven Cooperative Principles
Cooperatives have been around since the 1800s! They are nothing new, but the principles might not be as widely known. Cooperatives are not just electric either. They cross many industries including agriculture, finance, healthcare and grocery. Ever hear of Land O' Lakes, REI or Ace Hardware? Learn more about each of the cooperative principles we live by.
Being a member has its rewards! You will receive our monthly Colorado Country Life magazine, which highlights co-op news, Colorado events, contests, recipes and more. In addition, members are eligible for capital credits and scholarships or youth program opportunities. Grand Valley Power also hosts an Annual Meeting every year where our members gather to hear the state of the cooperative, meet with our staff and other members and enjoy dinner with giveaways. We strive to provide GVP members with energy your way, with programs like HELP, renewable energy choices and DIY energy-efficiency videos for savings for every season. We also provide savings outside of utilities with our Co-op Connections card - both local and national discounts! Lastly, we have great concern for our communities and you'll often see us participating in many events, so make sure to check out our latest community connection event and activities.
Get to know your Board of Directors
In cooperative nature, your Board of Directors is elected by members and guides the business and affairs of the cooperative. Being a member that elects to vote is one of our core seven cooperative principles.
Bylaws and Rights
Be in control of your energy! Manage payments, notify customer service of account and service issues, check your usage and receive special messaging from us all at the touch of a button. SmartHub is available on Android and iOS smartphones, tablets, and on the Web. This is just one of the many ways to pay! Learn more ways to pay here.
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We are committed to the safety of our workforce and the general public.
We strive to do the right thing, holding true to our values and principles.
We seek to find new and better ways to serve our members and communities.
We are dedicated to delivering value to all we serve.