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Ohio Cooperative Living Magazine

Ohio Cooperative Living is the publication of Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives and provided to all South Central Power members. Be sure to check the “inside pages” for information specifically about South Central Power.

To submit a story idea, manuscript or photo to Ohio Cooperative Living, contact Editor Jeff McCallister. He may be reached at 614-846-5757, memberinteract@ohioec.org or at 6677 Busch Boulevard, Columbus, OH 43229. Please include your email address or daytime phone number.

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Ohio Cooperative Living coverNovember 2018 — Solar open house, restoring power after Hurricane Florence, Connecting our Cooperative update

October 2018 — October is Co-op Month, account number changes, wrap up of annual meeting,  economic development investment in Monroe County, in memory of Dick Poling

September 2018 — New technology to bring benefits to South Central members, OurSolar update, Operation Round Up grants, benefits of community solar

August 2018 — Save energy with LEDs, Youth Tour, Solar array, Teays Valley schools receive lighting rebate, safe digging and appliance rebate

July 2018 — Member events were a success, Operation Round Up grants for 2017, South Central Power Company Foundation 2017 statement of operations, update on changes to 2018 annual meeting

June 2018 — Celebrate South Central Power’s new solar facility, statement of revenues and expenses, members get up-close look at co-op during spring open houses, linemen participate in Project Ohio, Canal Winchester office update

May 2018 — Capital credits, your voice in action at the co-op, official notice of the meeting of the committee on nominations, member feedback

April 2018 — Pollinator program and scholarship, employees are the energy of our communities, member events this spring

March 2018 — Keeping the lights on, easy being green with OurSolar, changes to payment by phone process, outage reporting made easy

February 2018 – OurSolar offers clean affordable power for members, 2018 member meetings come to a South Central office near you, South Central Power rebate programs, No Barriers programs for disabled veterans, Operation Round Up

January 2018 – Resolve to save this winter, Co-op Connection Card savings, advocating for our members, Security systems, scholarship deadlines

December 2017 – Holiday lighting tips, college and technical scholarships available, Operation Round Up grants awarded, legislative update $30,000 grant for property studies

November 2017 – OurSolar groundbreaking occurs, Rickenbacker – serving us for 75 years, salute to veterans

October 2017 – It’s National Cooperative Month, co-op marks 81 years of service to members, beware of (energy) vampires, customer satisfaction scores.

September 2017 – Stay up to date during outages, keeping rights-of-way clear, Foundation award grants, late payment practices go into effect Sept. 1, 2017

August 2017 –  Vote for co-op trustees, member meetings wrap-up, Youth Tour, Be E3 Smart program, enroll in Cool Returns

July 2017 –  Convenient on-time payments, 2016 year in review, Foundation year in review

June 2017 – Summer member meetings, statewide scholarship winner, school district lighting rebate, Foundation awards grants, changes to late payment practice

May 2017 –  Capital Credits, official notice about meeting of the committee on board nominations, prevent surges and shocks, receive bill credits with Cool Returns

April 2017 – South Central Power Electrical Safety coloring contest winners, changes to disconnect payment practice, environmental awareness and Cool Returns

March 2017 – South Central Power Foundation awards and scholarships, change to consumer charge, save money with Cool Returns, security systems

February 2017 – Beware of scam artist working in our communities, reach out to elected officials, restoring electric service after a storm, focus on renewable energy

January 2017 – Energy efficiency with digital devices, water heaters, Electrical Safety Coloring Contest, ways to stay up to date during outages and restoration efforts, security devices