Positives and negatives at electric co-op meeting

The 83rd Annual Meeting of Carbon Power & Light provided member owners with updates from Tri-State, Wyoming Rural Electric Association

Much like an alternating current of electricity, there was a mix of news presented at Carbon Power & Light’s 83rd Annual Meeting on June 22 at the Platte Valley Community Center.

Following several rounds of bingo and interspersed with door prizes for electric cooperative member owners, updates were also provided by TriState Electric and the Wyoming Rural Electric Association.

Transitioning to the Future

One of the first pieces of good news was delivered by Clay Thompson, Vice President of the Carbon Power & Light Board of Directors. Thompson told the member owners gathered that Tri-State Gener...

 

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