electric cooperatives

Indiana's electric cooperatives and their statewide magazine, Electric Consumer, invite Indiana K-12 students to enter the Cooperative Calendar of Student Art Contest.

Some parts of Co-op Nation require a passport to visit—such as Costa Rica, where NRECA International helped get two electric cooperatives started half a century ago.

Slope Electric Cooperative loaned $2 million to West River Veterinary Clinic to construct a new veterinary clinic in Hettinger.

According to the newly released 2014 American Customer Satisfaction Index (http://www.theacsi.org) survey, member-owners belonging to not-for-profit electric c

In the $400 billion business of retail electricity, where Internet giants are angling for customers, cooperatives must be more than just safe, affordable and reliable.

Electric cooperatives have a different way of conducting business than other utilities.  The main benefit of the co-op business model is that members own the organization.

A commercial grade solar installation slated for construction in Minnesota this spring will produce power for electric cooperatives within months. 

In a creative partnership, Michigan electric cooperatives are teaming with food pantries to help needy members save money on electric bills.  Michigan co-op members visiting food pantries will be a

The Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas are performing a mission from their history books by bringing electricity to rural residents, but this time the residents live in Guatemala.

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