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North Central line crews assist Kentucky cooperative restore power

 

North Central Electric Cooperative sent a line crew to northeastern Kentucky this week to help an electric cooperative restore power to its consumers following heavy rains and flooding this past weekend.

Three to represent co-op on Youth Tour

North Central Electric will be sending three students as its ambassadors for the annual Youth Tour to Washington, D.C. 
A pair of Hopewell-Loudon High School students and a Seneca East High School student will represent North Central in 2015 on the seven-day, all expense-paid trip. 
Earning the trip are Kevin Fruth and Alexis Feindel of Hopewell-Loudon and Jacob Margraf of Seneca East.  

Maintenance never stops at North Central

North Central Electric completed 2014 with one of its best outage records in the 79-year history of the cooperative. 
Consumers were without power an average of less than one hour in 2014. It marked the third time in the past 10 years the figure was below one hour and the sixth time it’s been below two hours. The national standard is five hours per consumer.  

Tiger band to sport new uniforms

People Fund contributes to community fundraising effort.

 

 

 

National Linemen Appreciation Day April 13

When it comes to first responders firefighters, police officers and paramedics are usually the first that come to mind. Lineworkers deserve the same recognition.
That’s why America’s electric cooperatives have designated the second Monday of April as National Lineman Appreciation Day. The tradition started last year with a declaration by Congress.
On April 13,  North Central Electric Cooperative will honor the hard-working men  who often work around the clock, in dangerous conditions, to keep power flowing and protect the public’s safety.

The maintenance map; System-aging study shows 57 percent of lines have been replaced since 2000

The North Central Electric Cooperative Operations Department mantra is rather simple: Preventive maintenance is the cheapest form of maintenance.

It pays off in system reliability and member satisfaction. Fewer and shorter outages normally makes for happier consumers. To meet those expectations, a strategic plan needs to be in place and implemented.

The North Central engineering team of Brad Warnement, Patrick Pifher and Lynn Hill have conducted and updated a system-aging study to determine the age of lines throughout the cooperative's service territory.

Four new members appointed to People Fund board

At the November meeting, the North Central Electric Cooperative Board of Trustees appointed Jim Shade, Rex Grasz, Sherry Ward and Diane Stallings to the North Central Electric People Fund board.

Cooperative trustees Kevin Bishop selected Shade as the District 1 representative, which consists of Crawford and Richland counties.

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