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Improve and enhance the lives of rural Iowans

For the past 78 years, Eastern Iowa REC has been working for and with rural consumers to provide quality electric service.  As Iowa’s largest distribution electric cooperative, Eastern Iowa serves a diverse membership that includes traditional farm operations, rural housing areas, industrial and commercial developments, and recreational facilities. The Eastern Iowa rural service area covers all or portions of 12 counties, stretching along the Mississippi River, from Sabula in the north to Burlington in the south and west to Iowa City. Eastern Iowa has offices in DeWitt, Lone Tree and Wapello. The headquarters office complex is located in Wilton. 

Eastern Iowa REC provides services for new construction and new homes. Eastern Iowa also works with their customers to provide a multitude of billing options to make customer's lives easier and allow them to choose how they pay their bills. Eastern Iowa REC provides loans if you are interested in making major home improvements. Click on the links below to learn more about Eastern Iowa's residential services.

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Contact Eastern Iowa REC to arrange for electrical service to your new home.

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Billing Options

Eastern Iowa REC offers multiple bill payment options.

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If a remodeling project or major home improvements are on your “to-do list”, contact Eastern Iowa REC before any plans are finalized.

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Account Services

Eastern Iowa REC offers multiple bill payment options. If you have questions about these options or about your bill, click the button below.

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Latest news
High winds result in multiple outages
03.07.17
Approximately 750 members are without power as of 6:30 a.m. March 7. Full Story >>
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 >>
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Safety Tips
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.