Ice, Wet Snow Keep Co-op Crews on the Go in Illinois
Illinois co-ops have wrapped up work on their first winter storm restoration of the new year.
Early-Season Ice Storm Causes Damage and Outages Across Oklahoma
The storm knocked out electricity to more than 76,300 electric co-op members.
‘The Damage Is Unspeakable’: An Oregon Co-op Leader’s Emotional Letter on Wildfire Restoration Work
Consumers Power Inc. CEO discusses wildfire damage and heroic work of line crews.
Co-op Communities Show Appreciation for Lineworkers in Aftermath of Hurricane Laura
Louisiana co-op members have rallied behind crews working to get the lights back on.
Q&A: Louisiana Co-op Leader Gives Firsthand Perspective on Hurricane Laura Recovery
ALEC CEO Jeffrey Arnold discusses the massive restoration efforts under way after Hurricane Laura.
Co-ops From Chesapeake Bay to New England Repairing Tropical Storm Damage
Co-op crews in East Coast states face big repair jobs after Tropical Storm Isaias.
Texas Co-op Crew Turns to Horses to Reach Downed Power Lines
A co-op line crew learns that sometimes horses can be even more handy than bucket trucks.
Co-ops in the Upper Midwest Working to Restore Service to Members Hit by High Winds, Snow and Ice
Persistent winter weather knocks out power to thousands of co-op members.
Nebraska Co-ops and PPDs Complete Power Restoration After Floods, but Long Recovery Ahead
Electric cooperatives and public power districts in Nebraska have completed power restoration as d
Alabama Co-op Concludes Restoration Work Following Deadly Tornadoes
The co-op restored service to members who could safely receive power three days after the storms.