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With 1,104 miles of distribution line (both overhead and underground cable), Harrison County REC currently has over 2,364 members and provides electrical service to 3,770 meters.

The cooperative is owned and governed by those we serve. Directors to the board are nominated and elected by the membership, giving them a vested interest in the operation of the cooperative.

Our mission is to safely provide reliable electric power and related services at the best possible value for our members.

Cooperatives around the world operate according to the same set of core principles and values, adopted by the International Co-operative Alliance. These principles, along with the co-op purpose of improving quality of life for their members, make electric co-ops different from other electric utilities.

Harrison County Rural Electric Cooperative is proud to actively follow and promote these seven cooperative principles in our daily operations.