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"Before the storm ever hit, we had co-ops in inside the state and in other states volunteering and wanting to know how they could help to put systems back together so members could have power. It is part of the cooperative spirit,” said NRECA Texas Director Kerry Kelton. That co-op spirit is... Learn more
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As the energy crisis of the 1970s caused home heating costs to skyrocket, a group of Boston residents decided to help their neighbors who were living in drafty, uninsulated homes. They founded the Boston Building Materials Co-op with the vision of providing people with a source of affordable... Learn more
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NCB has released their 2011 Co-op 100 list. Not surprising, agriculture co-ops are the largest sector at 48.3% of total revenues followed by grocery at 22.4%; energy and communicaitons at 10.4%; finance at 8.8%; hardware and lumber at 4.3%; healthcare at 3.8%; and other at 2%. Congratulations! to... Learn more
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Interested in alternative energy options for your community or subdivision, but think you can't afford to make such an investment? Look at what the EcoVillage Cohousing Cooperative has been able to accomplish through cooperation. The EcoVillage Cohousing Cooperative in Ithaca, NY, has constructed a... Learn more
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