We lost a one of our own this weekend. Director Charlie Clark passed suddenly at his ranch south of Keldron. A lifelong rancher Director Clark truly rode for the co-op brand. His passion for Moreau-Grand and issues facing the membership are legendary. Our deepest condolences to Peggy and their family. Funeral Services will be held at 11:00am, MT on Friday, October 18, 2013 at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Lemmon.
Godspeed Charlie you will be missed.
Membership Update FormMoreau-Grand Electric Cooperative is in the process of updating our membership files. With your help, we can make sure we have the most up to date information. This is very important during an outage. Read more » Manager's ReportManager’s Report – December Newsletter – written 10/30/13 Not sure where to start– so much has happened in this past month. The same day as our annual meeting on October 4th, was also the start day of Blizzard Atlas as it has now been historically named. Read more » Investing In YourselfThere are many good reasons to conserve energy. As individuals, if we use less gas, oil and electricity, we will save money. If we all do it as a nation, we can reduce our dependence on foreign sources and slow the need to build additional plants and refineries. Conservation of energy has both personal and societal benefits. Read more » Online Energy Audit ToolMoreau-Grand Electric Cooperative joins the other Touchstone Energy® Cooperatives throughout the nation in offering co-op members another tool to manage their energy use and reduce costs. Read more » Energy UsageLevelized Billing May Help Balance Costs - If you are concerned about fluctuating electric bills, you may want to take advantage of the levelized billing program. Levelized billing will help even out your monthly payments. Your usage for the past 12 months will be averaged each month to come up with the balance due. By eliminating the peaks and valleys of monthly usage, a member’s monthly bill becomes more stable. Read more » Commitment To CommunityPaying it forward is more than a term for Justin Thorstenson journeyman lineman at Moreau-Grand Electric. For the past 10 years Justin has donated his time and talents as a AAU wrestling coach to his home town of Dupree. In that time he has helped scores of young athletes to grow physically and mentally. Their success is not merely measured by having wrestlers placing at the state tournament every year, it is measured in self-confidence you see in the faces of the young participants. If you would like to see a typical weekly workout for the team check out the video or better yet stop by the Dupree Community Center visitors are welcome.Kudos Justin, great job! Read more »