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Goodhue County Coop News

Attention Cooperative Members

Goodhue County Cooperative Electric’s board of directors will be discussing the option to assume local democratic control under statute 216B.164.  This measure includes adopting a new cooperative contract and rules for implementing 216B.164 for Cogeneration and Small Power Production.  A copy of the proposed contract and rules for implementing 216B.134 can be obtained by stopping at our office located at 1410 Northstar Drive in Zumbrota or on our website at www.gccea.com under the News and Events tab.  The board will discuss options during the July meeting to be held at the cooperative office on July 27th, 2017.  The board welcomes your comments on this matter.  Please submit any comments to our office in person, by mail, or by using the Contact Us button on the website.

 

 

USDA Low Income Home Improvement Loans

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AIR-SOURCE HEAT PUMP vs. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONER

SAVE MONEY & STAY COOL AT THE SAME TIME!

A central air conditioner will cool and dehumidify your home, but that is all it will do.  There is a better option in most situations:  an air-source heat pump (ASHP).  An ASHP will cool and dehumidify a home and will also supply about 50% of a home's heating needs.  It can be used 9 - 10 months of the year!  The initial invesment for an ASHP is greater than that for central air conditioning, but the payback will be just a few years due to the efficiency of the heat pump.  The ASHP has an operational efficiency between 200 - 300%.  So technically, for every 1 watt of input, there are 2 - 3 watts of output.  We also offer rebates on Energy-Star rated heat pumps.  For more information contact our Energy Services Manager Ross Matthees at 800-927-6864!

 

 

 

Register for Outage Texting!

Visit the Outage Center page (tab at the top) and click on the SIGN UP link to register your account and phone for outage texting!  You will be able to enter the word Outage along with a keyword and send it via text to 55050 to report an outage.  That's it.  No phone call to make, just a simple message and dispatch will be alerted.  Make sure you read the instructions (along the left hand side) while you are signing up.  You need to register your account number, phone number, and a keyword (such as 'home' or 'farm') in order for the feature to work properly.

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