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    Member Moment: Brown County Rural Electrical Association

    Better together: When cooperatives work together, they can accomplish great things. Throughout its history, Brown County Rural Electrical Association (Brown County REA) has served its members by forming unique partnerships among other cooperatives to accomplish what one cooperative simply could not. Employees at Brown County REA have worked with other cooperatives to meet their members’ […]

    Homes for bees, butterflies create sustainable habitats

    National Pollinator Week, recognized from June 22-26, celebrates the humble bees, butterflies, bats and other bugs that pollinate and support more than 70% of the world’s crops. Great River Energy and other electric cooperatives are among the many organizations that have played a role in re-establishing native habitat for these important species. Great River Energy […]

    Moody’s upgrades Great River Energy

    Moody’s Investors Service recently upgraded Great River Energy’s credit rating to A3 with a stable outlook. In its report, Moody’s commented that Great River Energy’s power supply plans and projected rate reductions stand to improve the cooperative’s credit and risk profile. Great River Energy announced plans May 7 to retire the 1,151-megawatt (MW) Coal Creek […]

    Major power supply changes to reduce costs to member-owner cooperatives

    Great River Energy plans to replace coal with low cost renewables and market energy purchases Great River Energy announced plans today to transform its portfolio of power supply resources in the coming years, significantly reducing member-owner wholesale power costs. The electric cooperative plans to phase out remaining coal resources, add significant renewable energy and explore […]

    Great River Energy to be conservative in returning to normal work arrangements

    As government officials at the state and federal levels begin to lift restrictions and turn their attention to re-opening businesses, Great River Energy and electric utilities everywhere are beginning to discuss how they will approach returning to more normal business operations. Since March 12, all Great River Energy employees who can reasonably work from home […]