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Drive in the Park

A northern Indiana business park needed an extended road and utilities to reach the last undeveloped section, which also was the best land in the area prime for development. To energize their plans, the business park owners teamed with their local electric cooperative and its power provider.

In the Media: Power Moves has produced a decade of savings

The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association highlighted the Power Moves program, which has saved 300 million kilowatt-hours in electricity and $66 million in avoided costs.

Paint the Town L-E-D

The increasing speed of technology has generated new ways that electric cooperatives can best serve their local communities. One Missouri co-op took that concept to the street – literally.

Benefits Baked In

An employee at a food products manufacturer trekked to a basement storage area – one of the few spots in the fully illuminated plant not bustling with employees – when a light bulb went off in his head. The business plan that was hatched brought improvements and even more savings into the mix than expected.