Macon Electric Cooperative, Macon, was one of 35 Missouri electric cooperatives recognized for working safely. Employees of the cooperative have now worked a total of 160,611 hours without a lost time accident.
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Macon Electric Cooperative is one of 41 rural electric distribution cooperatives in Missouri. An electric cooperative is an organization formed to provide electric service in an area where a private utility is not available. More Info
We asked our members:
What’s your favorite part about being a co-op member?
“ While I love the co-op membership benefits, my favorite part of being a member is the way they treat their customers! I can call with a question or problem and get a real person on the phone that actually wants to help me! I love how fast they take care of things for me. ”Elise
“ The friendliness of everyone that works there...from office to line men.... Everyone is very helpful... ”Genia
“ I enjoy the affordable prices and great service that comes with being an MEC member. ”Jared
“ I love the friendly staff. They are always polite and welcoming. It's all always a good feeling walking in somewhere and being greeted with smiles. ”Candace
“ Great Rates and no outages! ”John
“ The reliability, communication and friendliness of the staff is what I enjoy most about being a member. Also the quick responses to acts of nature, and multiple way to communicate about those issues helps reassure the members. ”Kara
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Be Energy Smart
Clean or change filters regularly. A dirty furnace or A/C filter will slow down air flow and make the system work harder to keep you warm or cool.
Water heater effeciency
Reduce water heater temperature to 130° F to save energy and money on heating water; and wrap the water storage tank in a specially-designed “blanket” to retain the heat.
Seal air leaks
Seal air leaks and properly insulate to save up to 20% on heating and cooling bills, while also increasing home comfort
The Co-ops in Action third quarter project was recently completed for the town of Jacksonville. MEC and CV worked to improve the community park by cleaning up and painting buildings, playground equipment, and light fixtures.
Four delegates were chosen to represent Macon Electric Cooperative at the 2022 National Rural Electric Cooperative Association Youth Tour. The delegates chosen, Ella Bruno from Macon R-1 High School, Ava Williams from North Shelby High School, Gentry Perkins and Shelby Stull from Atlanta C-3 High School, were given the “trip of a lifetime.”