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Safety 

Missouri Electric Cooperatives work to ensure federal safety regulations are followed which address the unique circumstances of electric cooperatives. More importantly, we work with our Member-Owners and communities to provide training and information so that we all are safe around electricity.

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Efficiency 

Efficiency programs at the national, state, and local levels like energy audits for your home and alternative energy sources let Missouri's Electric Cooperatives help you to save money in your budgets.

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Policy 

Regardless if the issues being debated are in Washington, D.C., Jefferson City, or in one of our more than forty local service areas, Missouri's Electric Cooperatives will be there to defend access to affordable and reliable energy in rural Missouri. Plus, we will keep you informed every step along the way!

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    Holiday Electrical Safety

    'Tis the season for decking the halls and lighting up the tree!Part of the fun and festivity of the holiday season is decorating your home with a beautiful display of electric lights. However, electrical accidents typically increase during the holiday season. Your Missouri Electric Cooperatives wants all our Member-Owners to have a fun and safe holiday. So, keep in mind these important precautions to keep your season merry and bright!Never throw holiday lights or other decorations into ...  Read More

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    Can I Save Money By Installing a Wind Turbine?

    This question is being asked more and more as members are looking for ways to reduce energy costs. The answer is maybe, depending on many factors, and how fast you want to see a return on your investment.Start with energy efficiencyBefore installing a wind energy system, consider reducing your energy use by making your home more energy-efficient. Many energy efficiency measures have a faster return on investment, and the initial investment is less than that of a renewable energy system.Is wind e...  Read More

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    Natural Gas is Important in Mix of Resources

    Since your Missouri Electric Cooperatives built its first natural gas power plant in 1999, gas has become an increasingly important generation fuel for members.The diversity of your Cooperatives' generation, coupled with flexible, negotiated fuel supply contracts, helps the cooperative take advantage of lower gas prices to serve member load reliably. In fact, when not needed for member load, your Missouri Electric Cooperatives' gas plants can competitively generate for off-system sales. This bri...  Read More

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