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Current Comments Newsletter

Midwest Energy publishes the Current Comments newsletter monthly to keep our member-owners up to date on news and issues affecting their cooperative. Browse through our current and past issues below!

December 2018 December 2018 Midwest Energy crews move lines underground for a massive wind project in Thomas County; why winter months are the deadliest for carbon monoxide poisoning; Comment period opens for parallel generator tariff changes. (Download PDF) November 2018 November 2018 Why LED lights are your best choice for holiday decor; Applications are now accepted for the 2019 Youth Tour; Cold Weather Rule goes into effect. (Download PDF) October 2018 October 2018 What you'll want to know about electric vehicles, which are coming soon to roads near you. Also, October is national co-op month. (Download PDF) September 2018 September 2018 Midwest Energy is recognized by the American Public Gas Association for excellence in operating its natural gas system; Why voting in federal, state, local and co-op elections matters. (Download PDF) August 2018 August 2018 The risk of using third party vendors to process your energy bill payment, and the MWE Board of Directors approves electric rate changes. (Download PDF) Current Comments - July 2018 July 2018 Midwest Energy is returning $5.5 million to its members in Capital Credits; 2018 Youth Tour visits Washington, D.C. (Download PDF) June 2018 June 2018 Getting along safely with that "big green box" on your property; Board of Directors nominations are due July 6; Co-ops Vote; and the Midwest Energy Community Fund awards $50,132 in grants to local groups. (Download PDF) May 2018 May 2018 Midwest Energy proposes a revenue-neutral electric rate change; nominations to the Board of Directors are due July 6. (Download PDF) April 2018 April 2018 Tips on how to get ready for severe storm season; Member comment period opens for electric rate changes. (Download PDF) March 2018 March 2018 How to stay safe and what to do when you see downed powerlines; also, how to designate your home as a "health alert" home if you or a member of your family uses essential medical equipment that runs on electricity or natural gas. (Download PDF) February 2018 February 2018 Apply now for the Midwest Energy Community Fund and 2018 Youth Tour; How to file a complaint with Midwest Energy. (Download PDF) January 2018 January 2018 After years of record spending on infrastructure improvements, Midwest Energy slows the pace for 2018; Submit your 2018 Youth Tour applications now! (Download PDF)
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