Co-ops often complain that local car dealers lack basic knowledge about electric vehicles.
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Electric cars are on the fast track. Is your co-op ready?
Allowing co-op line crews to use UAVs for infrastructure repairs, maintenance and protection will reduce risks to co-op employees, shorten outage times and save money for their member-owners.
This coalition of electric cooperatives seeks to provide grassroots electric transportation solutions for rural America.
Congress can help co-ops by providing direct-pay incentives and streamlining permits.
ARLINGTON, Va. – National Rural Electric Cooperative Association CEO Jim Matheson issued the following statement in response to President Biden’s State of the Union address: “As the war in Ukraine continues, the importance of domestic energy security is high on the minds of the American public. For electric cooperatives and the communities they serve, that […]
ARLINGTON, Va. – National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) CEO Jim Matheson today applauded House passage of the bipartisan infrastructure bill. The bill was approved by the Senate in August and now heads to President Biden to be signed into law. “This bipartisan bill provides a significant down payment toward meeting critical needs of electric […]
Electric co-ops on the list earned $20.4 billion in revenue and topped $64.5 billion in assets last year.
Hear from Dave Eisenreich, an FBI special agent in the Cyber Division, and NRECA’s Ryan Newlon.