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Co-op Members Weather the Storm

According to American politician and author Newt Gingrich, “Perseverance is the hard work you do after you get tired of doing the hard work you already did.”

Webb Named Oklahoma YLC Delegate

Each year on the Rural Electric Youth Tour, cooperative delegates are given the opportunity to be selected for the prestigious NRECA Youth Leadership Council. One student from each state is selected to represent their state during the coming year. At the Oklahoma Youth Tour Banquet in June, Northfork Electric Youth Tour delegate Gabe Webb was named Oklahoma’s 2017 YLC representative.

“I’m so excited! I wanted this so bad!” an ecstatic Webb reacted upon finding out he had been chosen.

After the Storm

These poles were recently delivered to the cooperative’s headquarters facility to be used in making the permanent repairs to over 100 miles of line damaged by the December 2015 ice storm. The project is on schedule to be completed sometime in 2019.  

#ThankALineman on April 10, 2017

Lineworkers serve on the frontlines of our nation’s energy needs, and on April 10, 2017, Northfork Electric Cooperative will honor the men and women who work in challenging and often dangerous conditions to keep the lights on.

We are proud to recognize all electric lineworkers for the services they perform around the clock in difficult conditions to keep power flowing and protect the public’s safety.

NFEC Implements New Rate Schedule

This month, Northfork Electric will implement a rate increase for all member-consumers — for the first time in more than seven years. “We value our members and place a strong emphasis on providing them with exceptional service. To maintain the quality, reliability and integrity of the services we provide, it is necessary for us to adjust our pricing structure,” Scott Copeland, NFEC General Manager, said.

How renters can fight the winter chill

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 33 percent of Americans lease their homes. Unfortunately, many lease agreements forbid major alterations to rental properties. But don’t worry, renters! Consider using these low-cost, energy-efficient tips from Northfork Electric to improve the efficiency of your home this winter.

Hot savings

Heating the home typically makes up about 48 percent of your utility bill. Set your thermostat as low as is comfortable in the winter – Energy.gov recommends 68 degrees Fahrenheit to boost energy efficiency. 

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