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  • Start planning now for what your co-op will look like in 2030—and look beyond millennials to understand your future membership, an expert told co-op directors.

    Today's 8-Year-Olds? They're Your Co-op Members of Tomorrow

    For anyone still trying to figure out millennials, Mike Walsh has some words that may-or may not-be comforting. "Millennials are no longer as important as they once were," said Walsh, CEO of Tomorrow, a global consulting firm that helps design companies for the 21st century.

  • At NRECA’s Legislative Conference, the U.S. Agriculture secretary told co-op leaders that broadband will play a crucial role in bringing new levels of productivity to rural America.

    Sonny Perdue Addresses Co-op Leaders on

    Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, the keynote speaker at NRECA's 2018 Legislative Conference, underscored a "seismic shift" in technology taking place where broadband internet access will bring new levels of productivity to rural America. "Rural broadband is not just a luxury-it's essential," Perdue told more than 2,000 electric cooperative leaders attending the conference in Washington on April 9.

  • See how life has changed in one isolated mountain village in Guatemala five years after NRECA International and Indiana co-ops brought electricity to the region.

    Five Years of Power - NRECA International

    In an isolated mountain village in Guatemala, a small world is getting bigger. In 2012 NRECA International and Indiana electric cooperatives brought electricity to three isolated mountain villages in western Guatemala. Volunteer linemen built new distribution lines and connected electricity to more than 175 households and businesses for the very first time.

  • NRECA CEO brings co-op message to Capitol Hill

    Matheson: Co-ops Need More Cybersecurity R&D, Information-Sharing - America's Electric Cooperatives

    NRECA CEO Jim Matheson told U.S. senators examining cybersecurity that the electric power sector is well prepared to combat cyber threats, but said the federal government should pursue greater R&D for small and medium-sized utilities and improve information sharing to bolster the industry's cyber defense.

  • Here’s how electric cooperatives across the country pitched in to help Texas co-op staffers who’d lost their homes to Hurricane Harvey.

    Out of the Headlines, But Not Out of Their Lives - America's Electric Cooperatives

    Plastic sheeting flapping in the wind on shattered roofs. Repairs delayed as drywall and other construction materials remain backordered. Repeatedly looking for something you want or need only to discover it was damaged or destroyed. Hurricane Harvey is long gone.

  • Proud to be #6 on the Washington Post’s list of the top places to work in the DC region. The unique co-op culture puts service above self, and that’s a mission that is baked into our DNA. Thanks to our employees and members for making this possible!

  • How can the White House bolster infrastructure in rural America? NRECA is advocating co-ops’ ideas.

    NRECA Urges Rural Action

    On March 9, NRECA CEO Jim Matheson went to the White House as part of a coalition working to ensure that rural America remains top of mind for the administration. The coalition met with White House staffers focused on agriculture, infrastructure and energy.

  • Today, in a ceremony with representatives from the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, NRECA honored all of our employees who have chosen to serve and reaffirm our commitment to their sacrifice. Thank you!

  • Protecting the electric grid is a challenge the utility sector must solve. NRECA is collaborating with the DOE and the American Public Power Association (APPA), to give more than 900 co-ops access to advanced cyber security technology and training.

    Cybersecurity to Get $15M Boost from DOE - Electric Co-op Today

    By Cathy Cash | ECT Staff Writer Published: July 25th, 2016 The Department of Energy will provide the support in a three-year partnership with NRECA and the American Public Power Association. NRECA will use its $7.5 million share to make cutting-edge cybersecurity expertise and technology more accessible to the co-op community.

  • NRECA is committed to providing employees with training to help enhance their skills and develop their career. Investing in our employees pays dividends!

    Service Excellence

    Service Excellence is a critical part of NRECA's culture. We want to make sure our employees deliver the best service to our members.

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