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NOON INTERVIEW: ECEC Annual Meeting

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Published: Mar. 11, 2020 at 10:35 AM CDT
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***THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED***

Eau Claire Energy Cooperative's 83rd Annual Meeting is March 17.

Doors open at 5 p.m. at The Florian Gardens in Eau Claire with the business meeting at 6 p.m. and dinner to follow.

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As part of the democratic process, Co-op Members will vote for 3 positions on the Board of Directors – it’s all part of the democratic process of operating a cooperative.

Bringing light to Guatemala

Enjoy the story of a line worker from Eau Claire Energy Cooperative joining with other co-op line workers from around Wisconsin in Guatemala, to electrify a small village of 50 families. Lee Alberson has spoken with other cooperatives around the state and now presents his gratifying experiences in Guatemala from last year to the members of Eau Claire Energy Cooperative.

Concern for Community Award to be presented

Each year members of Eau Claire Energy Cooperative are given the opportunity to nominate another member who has been outstanding in the community service field. Again, this year we are proud to present this special award to a co-op member, to be named that evening, who has been very involved in making our community better.

Upcoming Electric Vehicle Event – Experience EVs!

Electric vehicles (EVs) are a hot topic, and Eau Claire Energy Cooperative is on the leading edge. Learn more about the co-op’s Second Annual EV Experience scheduled for April 4 at CVTC’s Energy Education Center. It’s is a cooperative partnership between Eau Claire Energy Cooperative, the Chippewa Valley Technical College Energy Education Center, Dunn Energy Cooperative, Chippewa Valley Electric Cooperative, Barron Electric Cooperative and St. Croix Electric Cooperative.

These six sponsors will provide a drive and learn event regarding electric vehicles at CVTC’s west campus on Saturday April 4 from 9am-Noon. A number of EVs, including Eau Claire Energy Cooperative’s new Tesla, will be available to see and drive. With co-op members and the public invited, people will be able to get to know more about electric vehicles and ask some local owners about their experiences with EVs. People will learn about maintenance of this newer technology, learn the basics about EVs, where people can charge them, utility programs to charge them in the convenience of your home, and even drive one. No reservations required.

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