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LORAIN-MEDINA & NORTH CENTRAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES WELCOMES NEW MANAGER OF INFORMATION SERVICES, BRET SURDOCK, TO THE TEAM

Bret Surdock - Manager of Information ServicesAttica & Wellington, OH – (August 2, 2019) North Central Electric and Lorain-Media Rural Electric cooperatives (together as Federated Energy Services Cooperative, Inc.) announces the hire of Bret Surdock, the new Manager of Information Services, a newly created position, that will serve both cooperatives.

NORTH CENTRAL ELECTRIC REPRESENTS COOPERATIVES AT EPA ROUNDTABLE INTRODUCING AFFORDABLE ENERGY RULE (ACE)

COLUMBUS, OH (July 19, 2019) - North Central Electric Cooperative board trustee Nick Wagner spoke on behalf of Ohio’s 24 electric cooperatives in a round table discussion at Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives in Columbus last week to express approval for the Environmental Protective Agency’s new ACE Rule which replaces the Obama administration’s Cl

Ketvertes named new Director of Communications

Lorain-Medina Rural Electric and North Central Electric have selected Shannon Ketvertes as the new Director of Communications for both cooperatives.

People Fund detects a need

Funding granted to Kansas Fire Department and St. John’s Church

The North Central Electric Cooperative People Fund board came to the aid of the Kansas Volunteer Fire Department that serves Seneca and Sandusky counties. 

Brad’s Woodworks remains solid after 22 years

Brad’s Woodworks in Venice Township near Attica is exactly what you would imagine a woodshop to be — large workbenches, a wall filled with every tool you could imagine, and the sweet smell of sawdust in the air. There are even two dogs that are eager to greet visitors at the door. It’s all part of the charm Brad Niedermier has incorporated into his business since 1996.  

How to become a trustee

Trustee nominating petitions now available 

Nominating petitions for three district seats on the North Central Electric Cooperative Board are now available at the cooperative’s office in Attica. 


Cooperative members interested in a seat will need to secure at least 25 signatures from members residing in their district, similar to the process that township trustees and school board members must follow.  

North Central Electric Cooperative Board of Trustees is refunding over $700,000 in patronage capital credits

For the 38th consecutive year, the North Central Electric Cooperative Board of Trustees is refunding over $700,000 in patronage capital credits to more than 12,500 current and former members. Most members will see the “Capital Credits Refund” as a credit on their
monthly electric bill. If your refund exceeds $100, a check will be mailed later this month.

$20 MILLION, NCE reaches a milestone in refunds

Since 1980, more than $20.4 million in capital has been returned to members. About 12,500 North Central Electric current and former members will receive their patronage capital credits refunds on their December bills. A refund totaling $715,947 was approved by the board.   

Rate adjustments effective Jan. 1

The North Central Electric Board of Trustees revised the cooperative’s rate schedules at its October meeting, approving a $2 per month increase in the basic service charge for residential members. 

Additionally, the rate spread between on-peak and off-peak rates on this rate schedule will increase by one-half cent per kilowatt-hour (kWh). 

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