New EPA Regulations

Recently proposed EPA regulations that target existing power plants could add to the price of electricity, and have serious consequences for our communities and our energy future. This rule could threaten affordability, jeopardize reliability, and endanger American jobs. It’s vital that we move quickly and turn our focus to this rule so that you, our members have a voice and we can help turn the lights on in Washington. Together, we can send a strong message to the EPA.

We can’t afford to rest for a minute in our mission to make sure electric cooperative members are heard on these monumental EPA regulatory efforts. Join us in the process right now as we mobilize for a round of comments to EPA. Go to today and let EPA know you want affordable and reliable power.



Annual Meeting July 24

The 76th Annual Meeting of the members is July 24 at 7:00 p.m. at the Steeleville American Legion. Come join us from 4:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. for hot dogs, chips,  refreshments and entertainment. All members who register will receive a $20 bill credit.

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Call B4 You Dig!


Spring is here and so are the long waiting projects. Whether digging to plant trees, shrubs or fences, you should call before you dig.

Contacting JULIE before you dig is the law. Besides, digging responsibly is the smartest way to dig. The impact of unsafe or careless digging practices is real and often costly - in terms of personal injury and damage to underground utility lines, property and the environment. The call is free and so are the services.


Let EPA Hear From You

New U.S. EPA rules threaten the use of coal as an energy source causing higher electric costs. DOE Asst. Sec. for Clean Coal testifies new carbon capture requirements will raise electricity prices 70-80%. See video here.. Visit the NRECA Cooperative Action Network to let the EPA know your concerncs.