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REC recognizes two employees for Employees of the Year in 2019

Every year REC recognizes employees who exceed in their defined job description, achieve outstanding results in certain areas and demonstrate loyalty to the Cooperative, and 2019 wasn’t any different. Since 1994, REC has honored these employees as its Employees of the Year. Beginning in 2010, REC started recognizing two employees – one from Administration and one from Operations.


Both the 2019 Employees of the Year are loyal and dedicated employees who are active in their community and strive to make REC a better workplace.

Three efficiency projects to tackle

New Year brings new opportunities to save energy and money. You may think energy efficiency upgrades require a great deal of time and expense however this is not always the case. 
If you are interested in making your home more efficient but do not want to break the bank, there are several DIY projects you can tackle to increase energy savings. Let us take a look at three inexpensive efficiency upgrades which can help you save energy throughout the year.  


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Refreshed SmartHub app now available

REC’s SmartHub online and mobile app provides many features to help manage your account, from billing and payment information to detailed usage analysis. SmartHub is a great tool to help members access their account information on the go or online. 


Recently, REC rolled out a new upgrade for the SmartHub mobile application helping members get to the features needed quickly and efficiently. 

Members receive capital credits

It’s time once again for you to get the credit—capital credits, that is for helping build, sustain and grow your local electric cooperative. Starting in December, REC will retire – or pay by cash or credit – more than $814,000 to members like you across portions of the six counties served by the Co-op.