Visit Us At The Home And Garden Show This Weekend!

Cass County Electric will be at the Home and Garden Show at the Fargodome this weekend and we want you to visit our booth! We have lots of exciting news we want to share with you. We will be demonstrating how some of our members will be able to access their account information in the…
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Check Out A Kill A Watt Meter At Your Library

Two years ago, Cass County Electric Cooperative donated two Kill A Watt meters to each library in its service territory. Have you checked one out? The Kill A Watt meters can be checked out and taken home to help members find how much energy their appliances are consuming. Members can see how turning certain items…
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Thinking About Three-phase Power?

Tech Talk: So you are thinking about three-phase By Troy Knutson, P.E., Distributed Generation Engineer at Cass County Electric Cooperative Are you thinking about adding or upgrading to three-phase power? Sounds easy enough, right? Just get an electrician to add a few wires and presto, you’re ready to go. We only wish it could be…
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Set It And Forget It – The Benefits Of A Programmable Thermostat

A programmable thermostat is one of the quickest, easiest and most inexpensive ways to save on energy bills year-round. The average household spends more than $1,200* in heating and cooling costs. Programmable thermostats – which cost between $50 to $200 – are a smart investment because they can reduce energy costs by as much as…
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Choosing Efficient Settings On Your ENERGY STAR Appliances Can Boost Your Savings

Your ENERGY STAR-qualified clothes washer or dishwasher is energy efficient. That’s why you bought it. But thanks to a choice of settings, you can reduce energy use even further. Here’s a tip that can help you save even more energy – and money – when you use your washing machine or dishwasher. The average American…
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