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Delaware Electric Cooperative Recognized for Commitment to Safety (Greenwood, De.) ― Delaware Electric Cooperative (DEC) was recently recognized by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) for its ongoing commitment to safety in the workplace, and in providing electric service to its member-owners. DEC Board Member Patricia S. Dorey accepted the Rural Electric Safety...

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Read about how you can help needy Delawareans this holiday season and discover all sorts of Co-op Connections Card deals in the November 2013 issue of Cooperative Connections. Click HERE to read!

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Read about how Infrared cameras are improving reliability and how you can purchase more renewable energy. Click HERE to read our October 2013 Connections Newsletter.

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Read about our new solar energy farm and how CFLs burn out in our September newsletter! Click HERE to read.

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Cooperative Solar Energy Farm Now Producing Power FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 21st, 2013 GREENWOOD, Del.- Clean, renewable energy is now flowing to hundreds of homes in rural Delaware, courtesy of Delaware Electric Cooperative’s Bruce A. Henry Solar Energy Farm near Georgetown. A portion of the 20 acre solar array began producing power in July, but the entire facility became operational on...

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Delaware Electric Cooperative to Hold Annual Meeting FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: JULY 30 th 2013 GREENWOOD, Del.- Delaware Electric Cooperative will hold its annual community fair and business meeting on Tuesday, August 13 th at the Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington. During the meeting members will be treated to a free chicken dinner, have a chance to visit with various community organizations...

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Delaware Electric Cooperative Re-Launches LED Poultry Light Grant Program For Immediate Release: June 25 th , 2013 Greenwood, Del. – Poultry farmers will soon receive a helping hand from Delaware Electric Cooperative. The Co-op is re-launching its LED Poultry Lighting Grant Program to help farmers convert incandescent poultry lights to energy efficient LED lights. LED lights use about 80% less...

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Learn about our 2013 Annual Meeting, read about our new magazine and find out when you can come visit your Co-op at the Delaware State Fair. Read your July Connections HERE!

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Where does your power come from? Clikc HERE to read of June Connections to find out!

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Delaware Electric Cooperative to Purchase Power from Landfill Gas-to-Energy Project For Immediate Release: May 1st, 2013 SANDTOWN, Del.- Delaware Electric Cooperative has signed an agreement to purchase power produced at the Delaware Solid Waste Authority’s Landfill (DSWA) in Sandtown, Delaware. The Greenwood based Cooperative will purchase two megawatts of power produced at the landfill, enough...

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