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Monthly Archives: August 2014

Message from the President: We need you to take action

New EPA rules could have a major impact on electric bills. We need your participation to help keep your bills - and all of our member’s bills - at reasonable levels.   Please read this information and visit www.action.coop to register your view on this issue. A few months ago, we wrote about proposed EPA regulations for new fossil fueled... Read More

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Beyond the flip of a switch

There are many steps required to deliver you safe and reliable electric service. With the mere flip of a switch, electricity illuminates our lives. But have you ever thought about where your power comes from? Most of us don’t give it a second thought until our service is interrupted and we’re left in the dark – even if only for... Read More

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Are you grounded?

Simply switching out outlets can save you and your family. Did you know there are different types of electrical outlets? Each are designed for different purposes; however, there is one specific type that stands high above the rest—the ground-fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) outlet. GFCIs have saved thousands of lives and cut the number of electrocutions in half since the 1970s.... Read More

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Part science, part style

Using window treatments can improve the look - and efficiency of your home. While installing new windows may not be a realistic option for many of us, there are some less expensive things that can really make a difference for the look and efficiency of your windows. “Windows account for 10 to 25 percent of annual heating and cooling costs,... Read More

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Member Appreciation Events Scheduled

We are excited to host a series of member appreciation events throughout our service territory this month. Most of the events will be held in the morning (7 a.m. start), but to make sure we give everyone a chance to attend, we are also hosting one evening event. The morning events will feature a full breakfast. Some of the topics... Read More

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