Looking out for you in Raleigh

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In late June 2014, more than 160 board members and staff from North Carolina’s electric cooperatives discussed matters affecting co-ops and their communities at the state legislature in Raleigh.

“We are always focused on our members and our ability to provide them with affordable, reliable power, and we use this event as an opportunity to educate legislators on the issues that affect consumers’ energy bills,” said Nelle Hotchkiss, senior vice president of corporate relations for the North Carolina Association of Electric Cooperatives.

Cooperative employees and board members also shared with legislators their successes with projects they are completing in their districts, including new construction, energy efficiency, economic development, grid modernization, automated meters, community outreach and more.

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