COVID-19 Questions? We are here for you.
In uncertain times, it helps to know that your rural electric cooperative is here for you.
Each cooperative is evaluating disconnections on a case-by-case basis based on the Public Service Commission’s order found here https://psc.wyo.gov/ and Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon’s statement available on his Facebook page. If you have questions or concerns, please visit your cooperative on the list below:
- Big Horn Electric Company
- Bridger Valley Electric Association
- Carbon Power & Light, Inc.
- Garland Light & Power Co.
- High Plains Power, Inc.
- High West Energy, Inc.
- Lower Valley Energy
- Niobrara Electric Association, Inc.
- Powder River Energy Corporation
- Wheatland Rural Electric Association
- Wyrulec Company
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Wyoming Rural Electric Association
The Wyoming Rural Electric Association exists to lead, unify, and support the efforts of its member electric cooperatives.
The Wyoming Rural Electric Association (WREA) represents 14 electric power distribution cooperatives and three generation and transmission cooperatives that provide electricity to over 104,000 homes, businesses, ranches, and farms across the state. Find out more.