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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. 

Telemarketers calling co-op member offering discounted rates break the rules

January 2017

There has been an uptick of phone calls from cooperative members reporting they have received phone calls from telemarketers asking about their electric bills. This is a violation of Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) rules regulating competitive retail electric service providers.

Some cooperative members report repeated calls. Others have been told they can choose their wholesale supplier.

These callers are offering short-term discounted rates and guaranteed savings if they switch wholesale electric providers.

NCE partners with the FEDC

North Central Electric proudly partnered with the Fostoria Economic Development Corporation to bring a much needed spec building to fruition.

Community honoring all patriots on 9/11

This month marks the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks that claimed the lives of nearly 3,000 Americans. Tiffin native and retired U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Mark Scheid is spearheading a community Patriot Day Salute celebration that will honor all first responders. 

Taking aim at the Clean Power Plan

North Central Electric Cooperative General Manager Markus Bryant took aim at President Obama’s Clean Power Plan at the cooperative’s annual meeting in June at the Seneca County Fairgrounds.
Bryant said the cooperative’s mission is to provide reliable electric service, a superior customer experience, and innovative energy solutions. 
“Keeping electric rates competitive is our greatest challenge, especially given that the president of the United States is on record as stating that his plan is to bankrupt any utility that burns coal to generate electricity,” Bryant said.

Bright new faces help members save energy

Developing relationships with local businesses and members is a core part of North Central Electric Cooperative’s services. Its vision statement says the cooperative strives to provide members with “highly reliable electric service, superior customer service, and innovative energy solutions.” Finding the best talent to help a cooperative prosper and grow is a difficult yet vital challenge. 

New cooperative board officers elected

North Central Electric Cooperative Board of Trustees President Duane Frankart has a new executive team to work with following the election of officers at its July board meeting.  
Frankart was re-elected president. A resident of Loudon Township in Seneca County, he begins his fifth year as president. He has been a member of the board since 2001. He earned his Credentialed Cooperative Director (CCD) certificate from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association in 2005 and his Board Leadership Certificate in 2007.  

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