As an electricity coop, Battle River Power Coop is, by definition, member-owned. There are no outside stockholders receiving dividends and the distribution tariffs reflect the actual cost of power delivery.
Children and the holiday season go together like skates and ice. The stories, family gatherings and traditions we share with our children create memories that last a lifetime. As we encourage our children to join us while we bake, decorate and wrap gifts, let’s keep in mind the special safety considerations of the season.
Energy efficiency is the most cost-effective fuel source, according to the 2017-2018 Annual Report from Energy Efficiency Alberta. The figures, audited independently, back up this assessment.
A new farm and ranch safety grant was launched October 15 to help eligible agriculture employers comply with new occupational health and safety requirements.
Battle River Power Coop is a full-service power utility in rural central Alberta, distributing electricity to 8600 members. It is a lean, efficient cooperative business that places a priority on member service.
Remembrance Day 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of Canada’s Hundred Days and the Armistice. The Hundred Days, August 4, 1914 to November 11, 1918, was the final allied offensive of the First World War, culminating in the Armistice on November 11.
This is the fourth year of Battle River Power Coop’s Meal to the Field, a time to celebrate the farming community.
The busiest shopping season of the year is fast approaching, a time when many Canadians increase spending on gifts, new clothes, entertainment and travel. Where we spend those dollars has an impact on local economies and on our own communities.
During and after Hurricanes Florence and Michael electric coops all over the southeastern US gave an exemplary demonstration of how cooperatives solve challenges together.
Coop Week 2018, from October 14 to 20, celebrates how cooperatives are one of the best ways that Canadians solve challenges together.