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Electric Safety Warning for Poke’man Go Players

Crow Wing Power and other electric utilities are warning Pokeman Go players to please stay away from any electric substations and other utility equipment. This new smartphone game has caught on quickly that sends players to catch a Pokeman in real world areas.
Pokeman can show up anywhere . . . grocery stores, parking lots, middle of nowhere and we have learned, even our substations. We have no control of where they potentially could be, so safety for these players is a big concern.

2016 Member Appreciation/Annual Meeting A Success!

On Saturday, we had approximately 1,800 members attended our Member Appreciation.  

 

It was a beautiful morning with plenty of activities, demonstrations, food and fun!

 

Not to mention prizes!

Three New Directors Elected June 11

Crow Wing Power Board of Directors Election 2016 Results

Crow Wing Power Member Appreciation Day and Annual Meeting Well Attended

On Saturday, it’s estimated that 1,800 people attended the Crow Wing Power Member Appreciation Day and Annual Meeting.  A total of 5,003 ballots were cast in this year’s Board of Directors election.

Community Solar Survey Completed

We recently hired National Rural Electric Association (NRECA) Market Research to conduct surveys on our behalf in order to learn whether our members would support a Community Solar project. We received the results of the survey in mid-March.

Washington D.C. Youth Tour Winners

In January and February, participating area high school juniors wrote essays on unique energy technologies. This year’s winners are Matthew Reff, Joshua Sweeney and Hannah Wiedewitsch. They will join approximately 1400 students in Washington D.C. in June. This annual event is co-hosted by cooperatives throughout the nation. Congratulations!

 

Is It Really A Community Wind Program?

Members of Crow Wing Power have recently received a letter from Arcadia Power to “join your neighbor’s in Minnesota’s first Community Wind Program.” You may be asking what this program is. We have put together some Q&A to help answer some of your questions.

What is this program?

Are you Interested in a Community Solar Project?

Providing Information and Getting Members Input

Crow Wing Power is in the process of educating our members about what a Community Solar or (photovoltaic) project might look like and cost. We are conducting surveys in February 2016 to determine how many of our members would pay to participate in a project. 

We would like to provide this information to give our members a general idea of what a Community Solar project might mean for Crow Wing Power members. Details are not finalized.

 

Phone Scam Alert - 12/17/15

SCAM ALERT

Commitment To Community Award Winner

The winner of our annual Commitment to Community award is St. Mathias Park and Recreation, which is a member based organization that owns and operates a 120 acre community park located in Fort Ripley.

 

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