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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 set for June 6 in Salem

All members are invited to NAEC’s Annual Meeting on June 6 on the Fulton County Fairgrounds. Registration begins at 1:30 p.m., and the business session begins at 7 p.m.

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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Posted on June 17th, 2019 Facebook
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Besides being some of life’s great pleasures, coffee, chocolate, and strawberries share something else in common: their existence depends on healthy populations of pollinators. Find out how you can help the pollinators this #PollinatorWeek. http://pollinator.org/7things #PowerinPollinators via Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)


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Be prepared for a power outage. Have food items on hand that may be eaten cold, or can be heated on an outdoor grill. Shelf stable food such as canned milk, water, and canned goods should be on hand as well. Learn more ways to stay food safe during a power outage or storm at https://www.fsis.usda.gov/wps/portal/fsis/topics/food-safety-education/get-answers/food-safety-fact-sheets/emergency-preparedness/keeping-food-safe-during-an-emergency/ct_index via U.S. Department of Agriculture


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June 15, #NationalElectricityDay, is the traditional date to celebrate Ben Franklin proving that lightning is electricity. We recommend you do not follow his kite and key experiment yourself! ⚡ ⚡ ⚡


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Nearly 1,800 high schoolers from rural America will be boarding airplanes and buses bound for Washington, D.C., this week, and students from North Arkansas are among them! Learn more about the Electric Cooperative Youth Tour! https://www.cooperative.com/news/Pages/High-Schoolers-Headed-to-DC-for-Youth-Tour.aspx?fbclid=IwAR32BbR5TSvJKo4WW-Plt1w-wIYPusCCfSDHe2cVXmAMNE1vFn-_9BnPO0I via NRECA #ElevateYTDC


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Members are calling with questions about food safety during an outage. Here are the USDA guidelines:


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