Electric Co-ops Face $10 Billion Revenue Loss by 2022 Due to COVID-19
NRECA urges policymakers to act as electric co-ops face a $10 billion revenue loss from COVID-19.
How Co-op Priorities Fare in Trump’s 2021 Budget Proposal
The president’s budget would eliminate a program that helps low-income co-op members pay their b
Co-ops Praise EPA’s New Clean Energy Rule for Setting Achievable Goals
Supporters of the new rule say it will prevent the premature closure of coal-fired plants.
Trump’s Budget Would Hurt Co-ops by Selling Off Federal Dams, Transmission Lines
Congress rejected Trump’s plan to sell federal utility assets before and is likely to do so agai
Co-ops Encourage Voter Turnout Amid Tight Congressional Races
What will the midterm election results ultimately mean for top co-op issues?
NRECA Joins 900 Other Concerned Parties Supporting LIHEAP
NRECA joins more than 900 other concerned parties in urging Congress to protect LIHEAP.
Perdue Addresses Co-op Leaders on ‘Seismic Shift’ of Rural Broadband
Get ready for “seismic shift” in rural America as broadband takes hold, Agriculture secretary
How the Federal Spending Bill Helps Electric Co-ops
Several electric co-op priorities are included in the federal spending bill.
NRECA Urges Trump to Drop PMA, TVA Sale
Sell off the PMAs and TVA transmission assets? A non-starter, says NRECA.
Budget Proposal a Mixed Bag for Co-ops
Trump's FY19 budget proposal offers deep cuts in LIHEAP, REDLG and a selloff of PMA assets