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NAEC solar array goes online

Our new 1 MW solar array near Salem supplies power to about 150 homes at peak. The 4,009 panels track the sun throughout the day.

Annual Meeting held June 6 in Salem

North Arkansas Electric Cooperative’s 79th Annual Meeting on June 6 in Salem included 1,381 registered members and their families.

NEXT, Powered by NAEC delivers fiber optic internet, high-definition television and phone services to parts of NAEC's service area. Construction will continue throughout the next five years until all NAEC members have access to NEXT services. We're excited to bring you, "the next greatest thing since electricity!"

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An electric cooperative crew in Missouri was recently called to reset a transformer that was still energized and extremely dangerous. If you come across a scene like this one, it's important to stay back and call NAEC at 870-895-3221 immediately.


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Maintain food supplies that do not require refrigeration. https://www.Ready.gov/power-outages?fbclid=IwAR3KAIormprJgZh4xDNzy5DXyjkpTkPkcIBV30q2up4L7Vp959C3avlWP28 via Ready


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Electric cooperatives have taken education and safety seriously for as long as we've been around. This cool throwback photo features Ouida Cox, long-time editor of Rural Arkansas, now Arkansas Living magazine, providing an electricity demonstration at an annual meeting.


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Like most items in a smart home, smart lighting can be controlled with a few swipes of a smartphone app. But smart lighting is more than just convenient. Smart light bulbs are more energy-efficient than standard incandescent bulbs. Some bulbs use GPS on your phone to determine your location and can turn on or off depending on where you are located. Some bulbs are even voice-controlled!


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As a member, you contribute equitably to, and democratically control, the capital of our cooperative. At least part of that capital is usually the common property of the cooperative. Members' economic participation, along with the other six cooperative principles are part of what set #RuralElectric cooperatives apart! https://AECC.com/about-us/the-cooperative-difference/


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