We are a not-for-profit electric cooperative. One of the many unique features of our business model is that we return “capital credits” to members. That means that margins, or the money that’s left at the end of the year after expenses are paid, are allocated to the members of the cooperative. The amount of capital credits is based on how much electricity is purchased in a year. The margins are used by the cooperative as capital to operate the business for a period of time.

Our co-op has returned more than $63 million in capital credits to members over the years.

Discover more information about capital credits below.