The people who work at your local co-op also call your community home. When you call for customer service, it’s likely someone who lives in your community will respond to your request. Because your local co-op personally knows the people their services affect and sees them every day, they take it seriously.
Your local co-op is led by consumers like you who understand and listen to the community. Consumer-members of each local co-op elect their own board of directors. Across Kentucky and across the country, local cooperatives work together to develop new technologies and infrastructure, learn from each other, and keep the grid secure.
All 26 electric cooperatives in Kentucky are members of both the Kentucky Electric Cooperatives and the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA):