Safety & Education
Harrison County Rural Electric Cooperative makes safety a top priority in our industry.
Sign up to participate in HCREC's RECare program which provides funds to be distributed by local community action agencies to help pay winter heating bills and to assist in weatherization of homes of low-income consumers.
Rebates & Efficiency
Harrison County Rural Electric Cooperative follows guidelines & sets policy for our Energy Efficiency reporting and rebates program.
Budget Billing allows you to pay a set amount on your electric utility account monthly, allowing you to better budget for the year.
Harrison County Rural Electric Cooperative has made an investment in a community solar program that will benefitour member-owners who are interested in investing in renewable technology. There are many benefits of our participation program versus privately-owned systems.
Where are these members?
Harrison County Rural Electric Cooperative is holding unclaimed patronage dividend refunds. Please contact HCREC at 712.647.2727 if you have information on these members.
I Hit a Power Pole...Now What?
Accidents happen. Would you know what to do if your car crashed into an electric utility pole? What about if you see a pole that has been hit? Check out this article to learn more and if you see something, say something! Contact the REC to report broken poles or downed powerlines at 712.647.2727
Utility bill assistance available for Iowa households financially impacted by COVID-19.
Was your household impacted during COVID-19? Read more to learn how you could receive financial assistance on your utility bill!
Plug In To the Power of Smart Choices For a Chance to Win
Plug into the power of Smart Choices! Smart Choices is a free, monthly, email digest that delivers updates on co-op news and events as well as articles that cover energy efficiency, electric safety, and tips on how to lower your monthly power bill.
From Our Family's Table to Yours...Holiday Recipes from HCREC Employees
Check out a few recipes from Harrison County REC Employees just in time for the holidays!
Why LED Bulbs May Not Last as Long as They Should
Why do these highly efficient lights sometimes burn out more quickly than predicted? Check out these 7 reasons.
5 Energy-Saving Tips for Autumn
It’s not too late in the season to tackle a few of these projects that can save on heating costs this winter.
Electrical Safety Features to Be Thankful for
It’s the time of year when we feel gratitude for our family, friends and the comforts of our homes. Add these safety devices to your list of things for which to be thankful.
Four Ways to Save in the Kitchen this Holiday Season
Wanting to save some green this holiday season? By slightly adjusting a few of your habits in the kitchen, you’ll be well on your way to energy savings!
Article written by Abby Berry, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
Story of Rural Electric Cooperatives
This quick draw video will tell the story of rural electric cooperatives and why we're proud to be member-owned.
At Harrison County REC, safety is our main priority. We promote this by practice and teaching to those of all ages that we serve in our community!
Harrison County Rural Electric Cooperative chooses students of our members for the annual $1,000 Basin Scholarship!
Are you a Junior in high school? Want to receive an all expense paid trip to Washington DC? Check out HCREC's Youth Tour Sponsorship to learn more!