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CEO Carmen Hosack and NVREC Board of Directors meet with Representative Steve Holt in Des Moines during REC Day on the Hill

NVREC Meets with Legislators to Ensure Your Voice is Heard

Because Nishnabotna Valley REC and other rural electric cooperatives are governed by those they serve, they are most aware of the energy and economic development needs within their local communities. This on-the-ground knowledge has enabled electric cooperatives to aid in local economic growth for more than 70 years.

Iowa's electric cooperatives know that affordable electricity is a fundamental aspect of any economic environment that fosters future growth and stability. This is why employees and member-owners of electric cooperatives are making sure to share their perspectives with policy makers. With Iowa's population shifting to urban and suburban areas, it is more important than ever that the voices of rural Iowa remain strong and vigilant. Policymakers must understand how proposed energy policies will uniquely affect the future economic well-being of Iowa's rural economies.

If you are interested in joining our efforts to ensure legislators hear our voice, sign up here for Iowa Rural Power Updates.

NVREC Representing Our Members

Nishnabotna Valley REC meets with legislators several times a year to ensure the voice of the member-owner is heard in...