Colorado Co-op’s Empower Program Helps Make Energy Efficiency Affordable
Energy efficiency and economic development, in Colorado’s High Desert: An electric co-op seizes
‘Whiskey, Neat’: Kentucky Co-ops to Power New Distillery With 100% Renewables
Kentucky co-ops plan to serve up renewable power to global bourbon-maker’s $130M distillery.
Co-ops Staff Up on Beneficial Electrification to Meet Members’ Needs
Beneficial electrification employees meet members’ demands for energy efficiency, cost savings.
Co-ops Use DIY Videos to Promote Energy Efficiency During Pandemic
Arkansas co-ops provide educational videos to members during the pandemic.
Wisconsin Co-op Helps Launch EV Community With Charging Units in Every Home
A Wisconsin co-op is working with a developer to make electric vehicle owners feel right at home.
‘Alaska Is Made for Beneficial Electrification,’ Co-op CEO Says
Escalating costs of fossil fuels and the unique needs of Alaska make that state prime for benefici
Research Begins in South Dakota on Utility-Connected Home
A utility-connected home could save money for both consumer-members and co-ops.
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.
Low-Interest Loans Can Pave the Way to Energy Savings for Co-op Members
When an electric co-op takes the sting out of loans with on-bill financing, members can cash in on
Are Zero Net Energy Buildings All They’re Cracked Up to Be?
A study co-commissioned by NRECA finds community solar offers more savings.