This week 50 electric cooperative leaders from Illinois joined nearly 2,000 co-op representatives from other states at NRECA’s Legislative Conference in Washington, D.C. to discuss priority policy issues important to electric cooperatives and their members. At the conference, they heard remarks from Neil Chatterjee, Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory ...Read More
The Spring Member Services/Marketing meeting was held April 25-26 at the AIEC. Attendees were updated on the current political climate and power supply and renewables, received customer service training, learned about young adult member engagement, enjoyed ample roundtable discussions and much more.
Matt Eisenmenger, AIEC safety instructor, recently completed the requirements to become a credentialed Certified Loss Control Professional (CLCP). The CLCP credential serves as a benchmark of competency and commitment to safety in the industry. The CLCP program is a series of four, one-week seminars designed to give attendees the knowledge ...Read More
Members of M.J.M. Electric Cooperative celebrated the organization's 80th annual meeting at Carlinville High School, Saturday, March 23. During the meeting, members were updated on rate changes, member satisfaction survey results, progress of the future headquarters building, service upgrades and the co-op's commitment to the community. President/CEO Laura Cutler addressed ...Read More
During the March 21 board meeting for the Association of Illinois Electric Cooperatives (AIEC), Phil Irwin, president/CEO of Federated Rural Electric Insurance Exchange, presented a loss control contribution check in the amount of $143,611 to the AIEC to help offset safety department expenses. Photographed from left: Kevin Brannan, vice chairman ...Read More
Ninety Illinois electric cooperative directors, managers and staff visited the Illinois State Capitol on Wednesday, March 20 to fly the co-op flag and build important relationships with their local legislators. They spoke with state senators and representatives whose districts include their co-op territory regarding issues of importance to our cooperative ...Read More
Clay Electric Cooperative will be closed on February 26 - 28 to move into its new office at 7784 Old Highway 50 in Flora. The Cooperative will reopen on March 1 at its new location. This is the culmination of Clay Electric Cooperative's efforts to provide its membership with a ...Read More