Four Tips for Winter Safety

It’s no surprise that winter months bring increased potential for fire risks and electrical safety hazards. This makes sense because during the coldest months, consumers are using additional electrical devices and appliances, like space heaters, electric blankets and portable generators. The National Fire Protection Association estimates that 47,700 home fires occur each year in the […]

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Why we celebrate cooperatives

Every October, cooperatives from all sectors across the country celebrate National Cooperative Month. The purpose of this annual celebration is to recognize the cooperative difference and remind you, the members of the co-op, about Taylor Electric Cooperative’s purpose. National Cooperative Month is truly an opportunity to celebrate. Celebrating National Cooperative Month informs others about our […]

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Electric Cooperatives are Contributing to a Smarter Grid

It’s a familiar scene: poles and wires stretching into the distance alongside a rural highway. This image might appear no different now than it did many years ago. But look more closely. Invisible to most of us is an overlay of new equipment––chips, sensors and fiber––linking remote distribution infrastructure to the utility’s operations center using […]

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