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Top Story: High winds result in multiple outages
03.07.17

Crews completed outage restoration efforts from the storm that rolled through the area during the evening March 6 at approximately 6 p.m. last night. A handful of accounts in Scott County remain without power until damaged transmission facilities can be cleared. In all, Cooperative crews put in 35-40 hours starting Monday evening though last night working to restore power to those affected by the storm.

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Facility Charge: What is it and what does it pay for?
01.19.17
Facility or fixed charges with electric utilities are necessary for rate equity among ratepayers. Full Story >>
New rate structure leads to slightly new look to energy bills
01.11.17
Slightly new look to energy bills Full Story >>
2017 Cooperative scholarship program once again available
01.03.17
2017 Cooperative scholarship program again available. Full Story >>
Start director election process with petition
01.03.17
Application/petition starts director nomination process. Full Story >>
New number to call for Pull the Plug program
09.19.16
Recycle your old appliances and get paid to do it. Full Story >>
Eastern Iowa REC & CIPCO launch utility-scale solar project
03.29.16
Cooperative is part of utility-scale solar project Full Story >>
Security procedures require latest browser
10.12.15
Updated browser needed to access bill payment site. Full Story >>
Keep safety code in mind when making grain bin plans
06.25.15
Grain Bin Safety Full Story >>

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Pick up the phone before the shovel...
Pick up the phone before you pick up a shovel. In many areas, homes are served by underground electric lines. If you’re digging near an underground cable and cut into a line, not only will you probably interrupt service to your home, but you could also receive a serious shock! One call can start the process to ensure your project will be safely completed. Contact Iowa One Call toll free, dial 811 for information to help you dig safely this spring.