Rural Electric Cooperative

REC was incorporated in 1938 by rural residents. Originally when REC was founded it had approximately 100 members, however, today REC has over 2,900 miles of distribution lines serving power to more than 11,000 meters. The service area includes parts of Garvin, McClain, Grady, Stephens, Comanche and Carter counties in south central Oklahoma. REC is governed by a nine-member board of trustees, all of whom are members of the Cooperative. REC is dedicated to provide dependable electric power, service and programs to enhance the quality of life in rural areas.

 

 

New & Events

REC is making changes for the 81st Annual Meeting. With the continued concerns of the pandemic, REC will host a drive-thru style annual meeting this...
A view of purple rows overlooking the pond and the smell of lavender in the air greets visitors of Lakeview Lavender Farm in Elmore City, Oklahoma....
Consumers who get their electricity from a cooperative are not only customers-they are members and owners. Cooperatives are consumer-owned...
Electric cooperatives aren’t like other utilities—you, as a consumer-member, own a portion of the business, and one of the benefits to your...
Recently, REC hired Davey Resource Group to conduct a system inventory. The system inventory will allow for REC to better know exactly what is in the...