2016 member meetings announcement

2016 Member Meetings

October is National Cooperative Month when the 32,000 cooperatives across the  country take time to celebrate the principles and benefits of being a co-op member. In celebrating our values of safety, integrity, innovation, accountability, and commitment to community, Cass County Electric Cooperative invites members to attend our fall meetings around our service territory. This year…
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High performance home

High Performance Home Construction

They don’t make ’em like they used to. That statement is pretty much true for everything today, and it often isn’t meant in a good way. When it comes to houses though, the science behind creating buildings is making for vast improvements in home efficiency, but not all homes are created equal. Today, it’s possible…
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Notice Of Bylaw Change

In the May 2016 meeting of the Cass County Electric board of directors, an amendment was made to Article II, Section 2.7 (A) (i.) of the Cooperative’s bylaws. The amendment defines that a list of Cass County Electric Cooperative members required to receive notice of the cooperative’s Annual Member Meeting shall be procured 14 days…
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Transmission lines

How And Why We Keep Your Beverages Cold!

by Marshal Albright, President/CEO – Cass County Electric Cooperative Editorial from the June/July issue of Highline Notes  Do you ever wonder where the electricity comes from to power your life’s conveniences? When your alarm wakes you in the morning and you flip on the light switch in your bathroom and take a warm shower, then…
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Liberty dragline at Center coal mine

When It Comes To Coal, The United States Needs To Lead

by Jason Bohrer, president – Lignite Energy Council Originally posted on Morning Consult This Administration’s “War on Coal” seems a misguided way to lead the world when it comes to tomorrow’s energy sources. Countries around the world are increasingly looking at coal because it is the cheapest source of fuel that can be used to…
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