Temperatures are on the rise, and summer is predicted to be hotter than average, according to both the National Weather Service and Old Farmer’s Almanac Guide. Here are 6 energy-saving tips you can implement to ensure your home is ready for the heat, without spending a lot of money or energy.
While each utility member has a different perspective, what these letters show is they all agree that Tri-State is on the right path - a path our utility members set themselves
May is Electrical Safety Month! Here are 17 important electrical safety tips for spring cleaning and summer projects around your yard and home
How electrical co-ops provide essential broadband services to keep communities connected in 2020
But many consumers may not know much about the increasingly critical role this power source plays in getting that food from the farm to your table. And now, as many Americans stock up and social distance, it’s a good time to contemplate the essential role electricity -- and its providers -- play in keeping all of us fed.
Garden tools powered by electricity can support your green thumb. These electric-powered tools can last longer and are emissions-free, meaning you’ll smell the scents of summer, not the smell of exhaust.
While we all stay at home and social distance, parents and teachers are searching to find the best resources to bring STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) activities to students. Here are 18 websites to check out
Our goal with the REP is stable to lower rates. Over the longer term to 2050, with a more low-cost renewables and a focus on cost management, our rates, adjusted for inflation, are forecast to be lower than they are today.
Today’s consumers increasingly want to buy products and services from purpose-driven organizations that contribute to the greater good. That’s one of the benefits some 42 million Americans receive as members of electric cooperatives.