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The Energy Cooperative Times is the official publication of The Energy Cooperative. This magazine is the bi-monthly communication link between The Energy Cooperative, based in Newark, Ohio, and its 65,000 members.

November & December 2019

This issue highlights Larry Morgan Racing. We also share safety concerns with carbon monoxide; explain how we evaluate cooperative margins; and discuss ways to save energy over the holidays.


September & October 2019

This issue highlights safety concerns with distracted driving; explains why we need clear access to utility equipment; reviews high bill concerns; discusses where we get our power from; propane prices; and ACRE.

July & August 2019

This issue discusses Cooperatives in Washington D.C.; shares election results for your Directors; shares our Treasurer's Report; electrical safety coloring page and more!

May & June 2019

In this issue, we share ways to spot electrical hazards; highlight opportunities for cooperative youth; discuss our partnership with The Works in Downtown Newark; introduce our electric meter upgrade project; and give you important information to consider before installing rooftop solar.

March & April 2019

In this issue, we highlight the importance of 811; celebrate Earth & Energy Day; discuss how we ensure your power stays on; discuss cooperative elections; and share important natural gas safety tips for kids.

January & February 2019

In this issue, we share winter safety tips; discuss our safe and reliable natural gas; provide insight for managing high bills; and discuss our cooperative elections.

November & December 2018

In this issue, we share our team who helped restore power in North Carolina after Hurricane Florence, share energy efficiency tips for children, and answer questions our member services representatives hear most frequently.

September & October 2018

In this issue we share why we work hard to keep our right-of-ways clear, offer energy efficiency tips, and discuss ways you can stay connected with your cooperative.

July & August 2018

In this issue, we shine the spotlight on our Operation Roundup Foundation and the Newark Police K-9 officers.


May & June 2018

In this issue we discuss why it's important to know what's below before you dig, and share an important legislative update with our members.


March & April 2018

In this issue we introduce our community solar program, share energy efficiency tips, talk about the impact of the tax cut and jobs act for our cooperative, and share the people power behind your energy.

January & February 2018

In this issue we share winter storm safety tips, and discuss the new agreement between Buckeye Power and American Electric Power that impacts our members.

Check out our latest posts!

Evaluating Margins

By Todd Ware, President & Chief Executive Officer About this time every year, The Energy Cooperative’s management staff begins the budgeting …

Carbon Monoxide Safety

By Connie Hogue, Director of Human Resources and Safety Carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless gas produced when vehicles, small engines, …

Larry Morgan Racing

From Single Phase To Three Phase At 200 mph By Gary Baker, Director of Marketing & Public Relations Imagine driving a car …

Be Prepared

Make sure your home, office and vehicles are stocked with the supplies you might need. At Home and Work Your primary concerns …

$3.5 million donated

We are thankful for our members! The Energy Cooperative Operation Round Up Foundation has donated over $3.5 million to community groups …

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