House Votes to Repeal ‘Cadillac Tax’ on Health Care Plans
Co-ops provide health care benefits to more than 100,000 employees, retirees and their families.
Co-ops Save Members and Themselves Money With Energy Efficiency Programs
The poorest co-op members often have the biggest bills because their old homes leak energy.
Defense Bill Could Benefit Co-ops With Grants, Carbon-Capture Projects
A final defense bill may also codify President Trump’s order to help prevent electromagnetic pul
Co-op Leader Testifies to Congress About Faulty Federal Broadband Data
An Iowa co-op may have to pay back 23% of its broadband grant because of inaccurate federal data.
NRECA’s PAC Has Raised More Money Than Last Year for Federal Candidates
Co-op directors, eligible employees and consumer-members contribute an average of $65 a year to AC
Sen. Johnny Isakson Receives NRECA Distinguished Service Award
The Georgia senator helped save electric co-op pensions from $300 million in assessments.
Matheson: Credibility Gives Electric Co-ops a Leg Up in Congress
At Legislative Conference, co-ops learn their advantage over others knocking on doors on Capitol H
Federal Leaders Urge Co-ops to Make Their Voices Heard on Behalf of Rural America
Members of Congress from both parties said they listen to co-ops as a voice of rural America.
DOE Official Touts Value of Federal Operation of Hydro Facilities
Co-op leaders questioned a DOE official about a proposal to sell off federal transmission lines.
Senate Bill Offers Energy Storage and Microgrid Grants for Co-ops
Co-ops would be eligible to receive $25 million in renewable energy grants over a five-year period