Join HCREC during National Co-op Month and attend our leadership sessions in October for a chance to win door prizes and a $1,000 college scholarship!
At Harrison County Rural Electric Cooperative, we often say that those who receive electricity from the co-op are also owners of the co-op, but what exactly does that mean? Joe reviews how our members aren't just customers, but owners of the cooperative.
Harrison County REC is holding unclaimed property resulting from patronage dividend refunds for members listed below. Please contact us at 712.647.2727 if you have information or your name is listed below. If a person listed is deceased, we would appreciate the name of the next of kin for our records. The list below represents members who have not cashed checks from the cooperative with the unclaimed list as of July 12, 2021.
Congratulations to our Cooperative Seniors as they graduate!
Congratulations to the winners of our 2021 Director Election!
As a member-owner of a rural electric cooperative, you belong to a broad cooperative network which helps spread risks across many utilities which can absorb wild swings in energy prices such as those experienced in February of 2021.
Harrison County REC is currently working with power suppliers to help maintain the electric grid. Check back for more updates and information.
Harrison County REC is growing! Check out the new addition to our substations!
Learn more about the people who power you! HCREC will be traveling throughout our system for line patrol and maintenance to equipment to ensure reliability for our members!
HCREC will hold their annual meeting of the members through their website. Check it out to learn more!