Each year, 12 $2,000 scholarships are awarded through the Thomas H. Moore IEC Memorial Scholarship fund. Six scholarships are awarded to high school seniors who are the sons or daughters of electric co-op members. A seventh scholarship, the Earl W. Struck Memorial scholarship, is awarded to the son or daughter ...Read More
It is our pleasure to announce the promotion of Jim Miles as Vice President of Training, Safety and Loss Control. After joining the AIEC in 2008 as a safety instructor, Jim has been managing the Safety and Loss Control department since 2014. He is a Certified Loss Control Professional (CLCP) ...Read More
Eastern Illini Electric Cooperative employees know that for some kids, summer is a time of hunger and anxiety. When school is out and school meals disappear, grocery costs can put a strain on families who already experience tight budgets. Not enough food in June, July, and August is called SUMMER ...Read More
Coles-Moultrie Electric Cooperative (CMEC) members gathered at Peterson Park in Mattoon on Friday, June 14 for CMEC's 80th Annual Meeting. They enjoyed a catered lunch, ice cream, a variety of vendors, bucket truck rides, vehicle displays and a Live Line Demonstration. "As a member-owned cooperative, we are dedicated to providing ...Read More
Kally Mayo, representing Egyptian Electric Cooperative, has been selected to represent Illinois on the Youth Leadership Council for 2019-2020. Kally was selected by her peers for the position. Congratulations Kally!
Shelby Electric Cooperative (SEC) member-consumers enjoyed a porkchop lunch and a variety of activities for young and old alike at their 81st Annual Meeting of Members held at the Shelby County 4-H Fairgrounds on June 7, 2019. Prior to the business meeting, the crowd was entertained by The Hood Family ...Read More
June is National Safety Month and this year's theme is “Don’t Let a Friend or Co-Worker Become a Statistic!” This week Safety Instructor Matt Eisenmenger trained AIEC employees how to give CPR and use an AED on adults and infants.
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