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Commitment to Safety extends to communities

Recently, Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative invited Fire Fighters, First Responders, and Construction Personnel to an electrical safety seminar. Pictured is Jeff West, HOEC Operations Manager, leading a seminar held at Eminence High School for persons attending the meeting from Shannon County.

Electric Cooperative Youth Program means Education and Fun

Taylor Brooks and Makena Calhoun, both of Dora and sponsored by Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative, were among the 102 high school students from across Missouri who participated in the Electric Cooperative CYCLE program. The conference was held July 9-11 in Jefferson City. Keep Electricity Affordable

Missouri Electric Cooperatives are wind energy leaders

When the wind blows, energy flows for Missouri electric cooperative members. Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc. (AECI), the power generating supplier for Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative members, was the first in Missouri to pursue energy from the wind and began receiving energy from the first utility scale wind farm located in northwest Missouri (the Bluegrass Ridge Wind Farm) in 2007.

System upgrade completed in Oregon County

Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative crews have completed a significant upgrade of service to members in Oregon County, east of Thayer in the area of Couch and south to the Arkansas state line.


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