Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Honors for Co-op Pioneer

BY KENT SINGER, CREA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Reprinted from Colorado Country Life magazine

I was reminded of the efforts of those who came before us in the electric cooperative program when I recently spent some time in the Dave Hamil Building at the Overland Trail Museum in Sterling.

 

Each summer, the general managers of Colorado’s electric co-ops meet to hear presentations on important issues and to talk shop. This summer, the meeting was hosted by Highline Electric Association, K.C. Electric Association and Y-W Electric Association in Sterling. In addition to touring Tri- State Generation and Transmission’s Highlands Wind Farm, the co-op managers heard from speakers on the recently proposed U.S. Environmental Protection Agency greenhouse gas rules and the use of drone technology for line inspections. They were also reminded of our history as we met at the Overland Trail Museum.

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Welcome! Colorado Rural Electric Association is proud and honored to host the 72nd Annual NUTSEA Conference. 

We have an innovative lineup of speakers and events planned for the for the next few days. Not only will you learn about the latest trends in training and safety in the cooperative industry, you’ll reconnect with colleagues and refresh the relationships that are a hallmark of the NUTSEA community.

Beyond the conference, take to time to get to know our beautiful city, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Take in the fresh mountain air and amazing scenery. 


We hope you enjoy your stay. We’re excited you’re here!


Your host,

Mike Williams

Director of Safety and Loss Control, CREA

     



 

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