From Waste to Renewable Power: N.C. Co-ops Facilitate Poultry Litter Energy Project
North Carolina electric co-ops have something to cluck about.
Kauai Island Co-op Turns to Conservation and Renewables to Offset Power Outage
Renewables, rooftop residential solar and conservation help meet co-op demand.
New Mexico Co-op Halfway to Solar Goal as State Mandates Carbon-Free Energy
A new state law mandating 100% renewables by 2050? New Mexico’s Kit Carson Electric Co-op is wel
Matheson: The Consumer Is the Focus; Co-op Innovation Is the Solution
NRECA CEO Jim Matheson outlines co-ops’ innovative ways of meeting members’ needs.
Joint Co-op Battery Project Will Test the Merits of Small-Scale Storage
Can small-scale storage be used for energy management? Co-ops go behind the meter to find out.
NRECA, G&Ts Have Their Say on EPA’s Clean Power Plan Replacement
NRECA CEO Jim Matheson calls the ACE rule "the best path forward for electric co-ops."
Energy Secretary Rick Perry Visits Great River Energy’s Coal Creek Station
Secretary Perry went to co-op country to see how lignite is helping to power the nation’s future
Co-op Taps Solar and Energy Storage for Consumer Demand and National Defense
An electric co-op is adding enough energy storage to give members access to solar power at night.
NRECA and Co-ops to Fight New Proposal to Sell TVA and PMA Assets
Another effort to sell TVA and PMA transmission assets draws swift co-op response.
Remove a Huge Barrier to Power Plant Improvements, NRECA Urges Congress
NRECA’s message to lawmakers: Fix a big impediment to power plant improvements.
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