Today’s youth are tomorrow’s leaders. That’s why Touchstone Energy Cooperatives are lighting their way by teaching, mentoring, and providing real-world experiences that help students better understand how the electric industry affects numerous aspects of daily life.
This summer, beware of a swimming danger you cannot see: Electric Shock Drowning. An electrical current could be lurking in the water.
Construction workers often work in dangerous settings. Follow these essential tips to stay safe when working near electrical equipment.
Always be aware of what’s overhead and know what to do if your equipment contacts a power line.
Our cooperative family and Dakota State University are partnering together for the Connected Home Project.
The 2019-2020 Touchstone Energy Scholars of the Year have been Announced!
Electricity’s journey from source to switch begins with generating electricity through coal, wind, natural gas or hydroelectric dams. And our electric grid, or infrastructure, brings that electric current right to your home.
These are unprecedented times in our region, country and across the world.
As spring returns and melts ice and snow, many homeowners return to outdoor chores. Before you work outside, your local Touchstone Energy Cooperative reminds you to keep electrical safety in mind.
The cost of powering your home rises at a slower pace than many of your typical expenses. Compare the average price increase each year over the last five years, and the value of electricity shines.