With the 2020 Derecho and the many ice storms and blizzards in Iowa, our members have asked us more questions about burying all of our power lines rather than using overhead poles to deliver electricity. Check out this article to learn more!
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.
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
Check out a few recipes from Harrison County REC Employees just in time for the holidays!
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
Was your household impacted during COVID-19? Read more to learn how you could receive financial assistance on your utility bill!
In 1936, Harrison County REC was built by the rural community to serve the rural community, and that’s what we’ll continue to do – Power On
Move Over and Slow Down when you see utility workers, law enforcement, road workers, or other motorists on the side the of the road!
Each month Harrison County Rural Electric Cooperative features a member from our lines. The power of community comes from people who live, work, and play here in our towns and we want to share the many stories that come from the 2,300 members that we serve. This month, we feature Tri-Center Community School District.
Harrison County REC sent two lineman to help with storm recovery in Marshalltown, IA after the Iowa Derecho ripped through the state and left many without power.