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We’re Thankful for Your Membership

“Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.” In the spirit of this quote by author William Arthur Ward, I’d like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude for your membership in our electric cooperative. Because of your connection to Access Energy Cooperative, we are able to […]

Help Others by Contributing to RECare

RECare is a program where members help other members in need. You may make a one-time contribution to the RECare program, or you may enclose an amount each month with your monthly electric bill. Just one dollar a month will help others. Last year our members contributed $2703 to help others.           This program is […]

Items on Utility Poles Are a Safety Hazard & Illegal

Although it may seem like a good idea, putting signs, satellite dishes, deer stands,  or other items on utility poles creates serious safety hazards. Staples, nails, and tacks used to hang things—as well as the items themselves—pose dangers to Access Energy Cooperative line workers who must climb poles to restore or to perform routine maintenance.               […]

Get Notified on your mobile device of power outages

Now available, our SmartHub App is available to notify you if your power is out. If you have an email address stored on your account with Access Energy Cooperative, you will now receive an email notification if your power experiences a service interruption. If you don’t have an email address on your account and want […]

Move Over and Slow Down For Safety–and the Law!

All of us at Access Energy Cooperative would like your help in keeping our line workers safe while they work on your electric lines. If you see them, move over to the other lane and slow down. We all thank you!

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  • Save Energy - set your ceiling fans to spin in a clockwise direction for winter.

    Save Energy – set your ceiling fans to spin in a clockwise direction for winter.


Warmer weather is on the way! Use energy efficient window treatments or coverings, like blinds, shades and films, to reduce heat gain in your home. These devices not only improve the look of your home but also reduce energy costs..