Even with the hustle and bustle of the holidays, you can save energy—both personally and on your energy bill.
Here’s to the Cooperative Spirit!
More and more people decorate their yards for Halloween with elaborate lighting displays with as much enthusiasm and as many materials as they do for the Christmas holidays. Read our blog to learn some holiday safety tips!
Local electric cooperatives are empowering the next generation of members.
Renville-Sibley Co-op Power held their Touchstone Energy Scholar of the Year banquet in Danube, MN.
With a few simple changes, you can lower your electric bill and help your local cooperative provide power at the lowest possible rate.
Touchstone Energy® Cooperatives honored high school seniors during a scholarship banquet in Brookings.
May is Electrical Safety Month and we are focusing on teaching children how to be safe around electricity!
Avoid possible injury or property damage. Call 811 or visit call811.com two to three business days before you start digging. Professional locators will mark underground utility lines so you can work safely.
We understand that every second counts during planting season, but taking a moment to review and be mindful of safety during this anxious time could save you a lot of heartache in the long run. As your electric co-op, we worry about you and powerlines, but that’s just one part of the picture! Here are ten tips to keep you all-around safe this year!