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 Annual Meeting
The first Monday of every April, Harrison County Rural Electric Cooperative member-owners gather to review our cooperative operations, celebrate our achievements, elect board of directors, and come together to recognize the cooperative difference.
Energy Trail Tours: A Powerful Experience
HCREC member-owners will travel to the Dakotas this summer on two Energy Trail Tours.
Rebate and Incentive Programs through Harrison County Rural Electric Cooperative
Harrison County Rural Electric Cooperative is a not-for-profit electric cooperative providing safe, reliable, affordable, and environmentally responsible power to our 2400 member-owners living in Southwest Iowa. That means what is in YOUR best interest is in OUR best interest. Interested in partnering with us and saving a little money? Work with our Member Service personnel to take advantage of the many energy efficiency programs available to our members.
Participate in the Harrison County Rural Electric Cooperative solar array program
A community solar array is one that is shared by several grid-connected subscribers. Harrison County Rural Electric Cooperative (HCREC) member owners have the ability to subscribe and realize the benefits of solar without the hassle or investment of installing their own solar panels. Participants can reduce their monthly bill and hedge against future rates. They have no added property taxes, inspections, or insurance costs, and they can keep their load control rate. There is no upkeep or modifications to their property. Opportunities are available in our participation program for members of HCREC.
Story of Rural Electric Cooperatives
This fast-paced quick draw video will tell the story of rural electric cooperatives and why we're proud to be member-owned.
Kids of all ages enjoy our electric safety programs as well as their teachers. Safety is a main priority by practice and teaching!
Good Luck to members' students applying for the annual $1,000 Basin Scholarship sponsored by Harrison County Rural Electric Cooperative!
High School Juniors - Enter our contest trying to win an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C.