In Haiti, electricity brings opportunity for immigrant who lands job at Texas co-op.
NRECA International’s goal is to transform the Nigerian utility into a profitable company.
The program seeks to increase the “productive use of electricity” to benefit the co-op and its
Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives, NRECA International and lawmakers helped bring volunteers home.
Power from a young co-op has boosted economic opportunities in the small town of Totota, Liberia.
If successful, the co-op could serve as a model for more co-ops in rural areas of Ethiopia.
The Philippines has 121 electric co-ops serving more than 13 million homes and businesses.
A wiring kit created by NRECA International is bringing power to Ugandans for about $65 per home.
One of NRECA International’s major challenges has been convincing Haitians not to steal electric