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North Central Electric sends linemen to help restore power following Hurricane Irma

ATTICA -- North Central Electric Cooperative is sending four linemen and two trucks to assist a southern Georgia electric cooperatives in restoring power following the devastating effects of Hurricane Irma. 

The four-man crew is expected to leave Attica at about 5 a.m. Tuesday and will travel in a bucket truck and derrick-digger about 1,250 miles to assist southern Georgia cooperatives. It has yet to be determined which electric cooperative they will be assisting. 

North Central to host power plant tour Sept. 14

Over the last 15-plus years, Buckeye Power, North Central Electric Cooperative’s wholesale power supplier, and the other electric cooperatives that own it have invested more than $1 billion to upgrade the Cardinal Generating Station in Brilliant, Ohio, with environmental controls to meet today’s clean air standards.

81st North Central Electric Annual Meeting draws about 1,500 members and guests

Incumbents on the North Central Electric Cooperative Board of Trustees did not face any competition to retain their seats at the annual meeting in June, but they expressed gratitude to the membership for being allowed to serve another three years. 
In spite of hot, humid weather with intermittent heavy rain, about 1,500 attended the cooperative’s 81st Annual Meeting at the Seneca County Fairgrounds in Tiffin. Many came to enjoy Family Fun Day activities. 

Community solar shines bright

Cooperative celebrates Lineman Appreciation Day

Every day, lineman enter extreme danger to protect lives and bring us all the conveniences of modern living. They rise 40 feet above the ground with harnesses and safety gear, dancing between snakelike wires that, if improperly handled, can easily erase their lives in a massive jolt of electricity. 
Lineman Appreciation Day celebrates those dedicated people who work in challenging conditions to keep the lights on. America’s electric cooperatives designated the second Monday of April as National Lineman Appreciation Day. 

Capital Credit code amendments proposed

Members will be asked to approve three Code of Regulations amendments dealing with patronage capital credits at the June 13 annual meeting.  

Trustee race will be uncontested


For the fifth straight year, the three races for the North Central Electric Board of Trustees will be uncontested.

Running unopposed are Kevin E. Bishop, District 1 (Crawford and Richland counties); Dennis W. Schindler, District 2 (Wyandot County); and Nick W. Wagner, District 3 (Reed, Thompson, and Venice townships in Seneca County, plus Lyme, New Haven, Norwich, Richmond, and Sherman townships in Huron County).  

Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives Support Trump Clean Power Plan Executive Order

Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives Support Trump Clean Power Plan Executive Order

Columbus, OH—Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives President and CEO Pat O’Loughlin today voiced his support of President Trump’s signing of an executive order on the Clean Power Plan.

Trustee nominating petitions available

Nominating petitions for three district seats on the North Central Electric Cooperative Board of Trustees will be available Monday, Jan. 9, 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.  

OurSolar at North Central Electric

North Central Electric Cooperative plans to begin construction on a community solar project in late February or early March that will allow its members to purchase the output of the panels.

The solar array with 152 panels will be built behind North Central’s offices on Stump Pike Road in Attica. 


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