Rural Electric (RE) Magazine, the flagship publication of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, provides electric co-op directors/trustees, chief executives, and front-line employees with the in-depth information they need to make sound decisions in today's fast-paced electric utility industry.
Stories from the early years of electric cooperatives
In 1986, Wells Rural Electric Company, a co-op based in northeast Nevada, energized a new line and substation to serve a gold mine north of Pine Valley and a dozen ranches along the way... Continue Reading
Building the Seabrook Station on the New Hampshire coast was a utility CEO’s nightmare. Nineteen bitter years of construction delays, cost overruns, lawsuits, regulatory sanctions, and headline-grabbing demonstrations passed before the plant started up in 1990... Continue Reading