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WEC shows how it CARES for members in annual meeting


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Posted by: Staff
Date: Nov 23 2021 12:13 PM

HARTFORD: Wiregrass Electric Cooperative conducted its annual meeting a few weeks ago, and CEO Les Moreland outlined during the keynote speech how the cooperative CARES for its membership.

Moreland explained how the cooperative aims to provide clean, affordable and reliable electricity in an efficient and safe manner. 

Clean: As renewable sources of energy become more affordable, they are included in the power WEC provides through PowerSouth Energy Cooperative. PowerSouth closed a coal-burning plant in 2020 and will bring a natural gas plant online in 2022. 

Affordable:  By working efficiently, WEC employees allow the cooperative to return money to its members. In 2021, WEC returned about $750,000 in power cost adjustments plus another $1.7 million in capital credits to its membership.

Reliable: Thanks to the dedication of its employees and investment in the power grid, WEC maintains a 99.9% system reliability score. This means the average WEC member is without power fewer than 100 minutes a year.

Efficient: An investment in technology allows WEC employees to be more productive, which means the cooperative can keep staffing levels the same despite growth in the system.

Safe: As of late October, WEC employees have not suffered a significant injury since 2003



WEC shows how it CARES for members in annual meeting

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