HOW DOES WABASH VALLEY POWER DIFFER FROM OTHER UTILITY COMPANIES?
Wabash Valley Power is a not-for-profit generation and transmission cooperative that serves the power supply needs of local distribution cooperatives (commonly referred to as REMCs, or rural electric membership cooperatives). Unlike traditional utility companies that generate electricity and sell it to customers at a profit, Wabash Valley Power works to provide a reliable supply of power at a competitive price in order for local co-ops to pass the savings along to their members.
CAN INVESTORS PURCHASE STOCK IN WABASH VALLEY POWER?
No. Wabash Valley Power is a membership organization that is owned by its member cooperatives. No outside ownership is available.
WHAT IS THE ROLE OF WABASH VALLEY POWER’S BOARD?
All operations of Wabash Valley Power are overseen by a board of directors elected from member-owners, and managed by professionals hired by the board.
IS WABASH VALLEY POWER ACCEPTING NEW MEMBER CO-OPS?
If you are a manager or a director of an electric power cooperative and are interested in learning more about the benefits of becoming a member of Wabash Valley Power, please contact CEO Rick Coons at 800.833.2279.
WHAT IS TOUCHSTONE ENERGY®?
Touchstone Energy is a nationwide alliance of locally-owned electric utilities that come together to share ideas, resources and technology. Wabash Valley Power and its member cooperatives helped form Touchstone Energy, recognizing the pivotal role it could play.