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Southwest Iowa Rural Electric Cooperative is a non-profit, member-owned electric utility located in Corning, Mt. Ayr, and Stanton.
Southwest Iowa REC is more than just an electric utility operating over 2,500 miles of power lines. Your cooperative is PEOPLE - you (the member-owner), the Board of Directors and a dedicated staff of employees. We pride ourselves in providing member-owners with safe, reliable electricity 24 hours a day year-round and excellent customer service.
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News & Events
Energy Bill Provides Affordability
Iowa’s electric cooperatives applaud the legislators who voted for passage of Senate File 2311, an energy bill that has several sections beneficial to cooperative member-owners, especially regarding affordability. Furthermore, we want to applaud Governor Reynolds for not believing the distortions of truth surrounding the bill, and instead, signing the bill into law.
SWIA CAREER & JOB FAIR
April 14, 2018 • 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Red Oak High School Gymnasium. 2011 N 8th, Red Oak, Iowa.
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No registration required.
Food available for purchase from FFA.
Winter Moratorium ends April 1
As the winter energy assistance disconnection moratorium ends on April 1, electric cooperative member-owners who are behind on their utility payments are urged to contact their local co-op as soon as possible to work out payment options to avoid disconnection. Iowa’s not-for-profit electric cooperatives are willing to work with member-owners who have fallen behind on payments to find an agreeable solution; disconnection of service is always a last resort. Here are some services and programs designed to help those who are struggling to pay their electric bills: