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NEA Online

 
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Welcome to NEA Online!

Beginning in mid 2013, when you log on to your Member Account our new system will allow you to:

  • View Your Account
    You will be able to check your account online to view your current bill and see your last payment.
  • Pay Your Bill Online
    Our new online payment system will allow you to pay your bill using your credit or debit card.

Boat Moving Safety

Drift Boats

Moving a Boat?

Every summer fishermen move boats to and from the water along local roads. They will likely encounter one or more overhead electrical conductors. These wires are not insulated and transmit electricity at 14,000 to 25,000 volts. If part of a boat, most commonly a mast or antenna, makes contact with one of these wires it becomes the path to ground. Anyone on or near the boat becomes part of that path and is in extreme danger. Never assume that the boat will clear the overhead lines, and never attempt to lift overhead wires by any means in order to improve clearance. NEA uses special insulated equipment tested at 100,000 volts per foot to raise or disconnet wires. To insure a safe boat move the boat will be measured after it is loaded onto the trailer to assess whether or not it can pass unhindered under the lines. If it is determined that NEA's lines must be lifted for a safe boat move NEA staff will escort the boat at no charge during regular work hours. A consumer service representative will require the following information prior to scheduling an assist:

 
  • NAME OF THE BOAT
  • DESTINATION OF BOAT AND TRAILER
  • APPROXIMATE TIME OF THE MOVE
  • CONTACT NAME AND PHONE NUMBER
 
  • IS THE BOAT ON A TRAILER AND READY TO BE MEASURED
  • LOCATION WHERE BOAT AND TRAILER WILL BE MEASURED
 

Call NEA to Schedule Assistance: 907-246-4261
Have a Safe and Prosperous Season

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Contact NEA

 
Naknek Electric Association, Inc.
#1 School Road, PO Box 118
Naknek, AK 99633, USA

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