It’s the time of year to stock up on sweet treats and fill the yard and home with decorations as ghosts, goblins and caped crusaders plan their invasion of your neighborhood. Your local electric cooperatives urge everyone to make sure your costumed visitors are kept safe by following some basic electrical safety guidelines.
Touchstone Energy® Cooperatives Hosting a Livestock Development Summit to Identify Regional Economic Growth Opportunities
The agricultural economy in South Dakota and southwestern Minnesota offers tremendous growth opportunities in the livestock sector. Farm families and community leaders who are interested in learning more about emerging livestock development opportunities are encouraged to attend a Livestock Development…
As a rural electric cooperative, we depend on the family-focused entrepreneurial spirit to help build the communities we serve. And we are proud to provide programs and services to help those families succeed, including the Rural Electric Economic Development (REED) Fund.
Fall is here and students around the country are gearing up for and settling into school. In the spirit of learning, we’re sharing 10 of the most interesting facts about electricity!
As a small business owner, you’ve got a lot on your plate. When it comes to saving on energy costs, consider these five quick tips to help you achieve maximum efficiency!
Real-time data that helps you understand and lower your home energy use—now that’s smart. Making your home smart with new electronics connected to the internet is getting simpler and cheaper by the day.
Summer is upon us and the battle to beat the heat without breaking the bank is underway. Here are a few quick tips that you might not know to help you keep your chill without increasing your bill.
Touchstone Energy® Cooperatives honored some of the area’s most impressive high school seniors during the Touchstone Energy Scholar of the Year banquet at Lake Area Technical Institute.
The peace of mind a standby electric generator brings to your home, farm or business is big. It’s nice to have a backup plan to keep things running through unpredictable weather and occasional outages. But with big peace of mind comes big responsibility.
Spring is the perfect time to reset the clock on your farm’s energy use! As the weather warms up, take a moment for these easy maintenance checks and changes.