Mitch Stevenson is our Vegetation Management Manager here at Battle River Power Coop.
For the safety of our Powerline Technicians (PLTs), please do not install or attach anything to Battle River Power poles or facilities.
Farm wives contribute in many ways during this stressful time of the year.
As summer gradually draws to a close, farmers across the province are gearing up for one of their busiest seasons, fall harvest.
What our members see during one of these unplanned outages is their power shutting off and then the power coming back on.
While placing signs on rural power poles may seem like an inexpensive way to advertise, it is against the law and dangerous to Powerline Technicians.
What makes Battle River Power Coop different from the rest? YOU do!
Battle River Power Coop’s location is as central as possible for the members in our service area, in the Ervick subdivision near Camrose, at the junction of Highways 13 and 21.
The past 20 years of Battle River Power Coop history are defined by its development into a fully operational electricity distribution utility.
Battle River Power Coop has a proud history going back 71 years. The story began with Alberta farmers who formed cooperative Rural Electrification Associations (REAs) and built their own electricity distribution systems.