As a consumer at Taylor Electric Cooperative, you’re also an owner!
Like other cooperatives across the country, Taylor Electric follows seven cooperative principles. The 5th principle is Education, Training & Information. This means cooperatives provide education and training to members so they can contribute effectively to the development of their cooperative. In addition to learning about what makes a cooperative different, it’s also beneficial to know how the cooperative provides power to homes and businesses in the community and what to look out for when bad weather and outages occur.
What’s on that Pole?
Ever wonder what all the parts of an electric pole do? The image below show the basic equipment found on electric utility poles. […]
Portable Space Heaters: Keep Warm and Stay Safe
Space heaters can provide extra comfort during cold weather. If not used properly, however, they can also be a safety hazard. Portable heating equipment is the second leading cause of home fires in the United States, according to the National Fire Protection Association. With a few simple precautions, you can stay warm and safe all […]
Finding the Right LED Bulb
People often say LEDs are too bright. But don’t blame the bulb, just check to make sure it has the right color temperature. LEDs are a white light source, and white light comes in a wide range of color temperatures or tints—from warm yellow light, to cool blue light. Color temperature has nothing […]