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Electric$ense Online Store
Are you in need of light bulbs or water-saving products? People's Energy Cooperative has teamed up with four other electric cooperatives in Minnesota and Wisconsin to create Electric$ense - an online store that will deliver energy-efficient light bulbs and water-saving products right to your door.
For water heaters, dual fuel systems, off-peak heating or water heating.
For dairy water heaters, grain drying, irrigation, and commercial and industrial generators.
2020 NRECA Youth Tour
Are you a high school junior or senior interested in an all-expense paid trip to our Nation's Capital? Every summer, the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association sends high school students from around the country to Washington, D.C. on the annual Youth Tour. This year's trip will be held on June 20-25, 2020.
Minnesota Cold Weather Rule
The Minnesota Cold Weather Rule, which is in effect October 15 to April 15, does not forbid winter disconnections. For a notification of your rights and responsibilities as well as the Cold Weather Shutfoff Protection Application, please click below.
Cooperative Distributed Energy Resource Interconnection Process
PEC's Board of Directors approved the adoption of the Cooperative Distributed Energy Resource Interconnection Process.
Our 2019 renewable energy annual reporting is now available online. For more information, click below.
Are you in need of light bulbs or water-saving products? Electric$ense is an online store that will deliver energy-efficient light bulbs and water-saving products right to your door.
At People's Energy Cooperative, we value our members and are committed to provide you with safe and reliable electricity. In partnering with HomeServe, we are able to connect members with affordable home repair service plans. To learn more about HomeServe, click below.
Power Down - Voluntary Load Reduction Program
For decades we've been reducing, reusing, and recycling physical waste to limit the need for landfills. While we can't reuse or recycle electricity, have you ever considered reducing your energy use during times of high demand for electricity to help avoid the need for new power plants?