Member Owned, Community Powered

Battle River Power Coop is a co-operative electricity utility - grounded in tradition, connected to community, powered cooperatively. Our legacy rests upon a foundation of values started over 67 years ago.

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What are the advantages of Battle River Power Coop?
Join over 8200 members and feel good about supporting your community. There are many advantages to joining the Battle River Power Coop!
  • As a not-for-profit organization, members are the shareholders, service users, and controllers of the organization.
  • We support community by utilizing your tax dollars through developing synergies with 13 counties, coordinating 9.4M dollars on vegetation management, capital projects and line patrols.
  • We employ 46 qualified people who directly serve the members to keep the power on, and provide services such as power restoration, new construction, vegetation management, loans, electrician services and utility billing.
  • Our members saved 17.8M over the last five years in distribution rates alone by being a Coop member.
  • Our members elect a board of directors from within the membership at an Annual General Meeting, within the Coop service territory.
  • We support community economic development over the last ten years by spending 40.9M locally, and 151.6M provincially.
  • We support community through free public safety training initiatives – EMS, Fire Departments, and Schools across 13 counties.
  • We support community through investing in our youth – awarding total of $39,000 in member scholarships and by sponsoring the ACCA (Alberta's Community & Co-operative Association) leadership program at Goldeye Camp.
  • Development of Rural Economic Initiatives with the Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development – Member Benefit Program supporting rural business.
  • Members have the right of retailer choice for their energy requirements. For the past fifteen years the Coop has offered the Regulated Rate Option and a Competitive Energy Contract.
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