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Grayson RECC Annual Meeting and Election

Grayson Rural Electric would like to thank all of the members and their families that came to the 66th Annual Meeting yesterday, May 11. You can see photos and live feeds from the day's activities on our Facebook page. We registered 1,239 members from 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. The results from the election of the Board Members in Greenup and Lewis counties was reported at the meeting. Eddie Martin and Harold Dupuy were re-elected to serve a 4 year term.

Camp Co-op Registration

Grayson RECC is having a day camp for kids that have just finished 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades, and live on Grayson RECC electric lines. The camp is June 13, 14, & 15. If you are interested in registering your child for camp, please call Julie at 475-2191, or download your application from our website at www.graysonrecc.com/campcoop. Please bring your application back to the office or mail it in along with your $10 non-refundable application fee.

60-Acre Solar Farm Offers Benefits of Renewable Power to Grayson RECC Members

Construction is under way on a 60-acre solar farm in Kentucky, and Grayson RECC’s members will have an opportunity reap the benefits for their home or business.

Grayson RECC and the 15 other co-ops of Kentucky’s Touchstone Energy Cooperatives are partnering to build the not-for-profit Cooperative Solar Farm One, which will feature 32,300 solar panels when it is completed in November.

2017 Scholarship Winners

Grayson Rural Electric awarded 10 Grayson R.E.C.C. scholarships to members from Grayson Rural Electric’s service territory.

 

The following scholarship winners will receive $1000 each for their secondary education:

 

Emma Dickerson, Elliott County High School

Kayleana Simmons, Elliott County High School

Destiny Tussey, Elliott County High School

Jana Elkins, Greenup County High School

Heather May, Greenup County High School

Sarah   Meadows, Greenup County High School

Grayson RECC offers Easy, Affordable Renewable Solar Energy

Cooperative Solar Offers Co-op Members

Easy, Affordable Renewable Solar Energy

 

Members of Grayson RECC now can tap into renewable solar energy for their home or business without the headaches of installing and maintaining solar panels themselves.

 

Notice of Filing for Community Solar Tariff

On January 31, 2017, Grayson Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation (“Grayson RECC”) filed a Community Solar Tariff.  Under the Community Solar Tariff, Grayson RECC’s Members will be able to voluntarily license solar panels within East Kentucky Power Cooperative, Inc.’s (“EKPC”) eight and a half (8.5) MW community solar facility on the premises of EKPC’s headquarters in Clark County, Kentucky (“Project”).  Under the Community Solar Tariff each participating Member will effectively pay the initial capital cost of the Project through a one-time, $460 license fee for each licensed pa

Don’t Forget Pets in Winter Safety Preparation and Precautions

Don’t Forget Pets in Winter Safety Preparation and Precautions

Winter weather—with its cold temperatures and with families spending increased time indoors—can bring its own set of safety hazards. From shock and fire risks to power outages, safety preparations and precautions are not only for people, but for pets as well. Take steps to ensure your furry family stays safe this winter.

Grayson RECC Offers Scholarships

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Grayson RECC GIS Mapping at Argentum and Warnock Substations

Grayson Rural Electric has begun using a Geographical Information System (GIS) to better serve our members. GIS is a digital mapping system that will give us detailed information about our electrical network.  Among other benefits, GIS will help us restore your power more efficiently during outages.

NO Pokémon at Electrical Substations

NO Pokémon at Electrical Substations

With Pokémon Go players on the rise, Grayson RECC is concerned about people looking to catch the virtual characters around high voltage equipment.

 

“Power lines and electrical substations are no place to be playing around,” says Kyle Clevenger, Manager of Operations. “The consequences of getting close to an electrical substation are electrocution or death – it’s not a game, it’s a reality. And definitely no one will be going home a winner or with more Pokémon characters.”

 

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