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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.
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.
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.