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Make Saving Energy Dollars Your New Year’s Resolution
It’s easy to be energy savvy! Start the new year with energy savings ideas to help you keep energy dollars in your wallet. Save in every room by simply replacing incandescent bulbs with Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) or Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs).  Increasing your lighting efficiency is one of the easiest ways to decrease your energy bill and you can start easily by replacing one or two bulbs at a time.
 
Use CFLs to provide high quality and high efficiency lighting. Today’s bulbs have improved over their earlier predecessors and although are initially more expensive to purchase, you save money in the long run. They are available in a variety of shapes, sizes colors and brightness.

LED lighting products use light emitting diodes to produce light very efficiently. Not only more efficient than incandescent bulbs and CFLs, LEDs can be more durable, versatile and longer lasting. LED technology is evolving rapidly resulting in more model and style options as well as becoming more reasonably priced.
 
For more energy saving tips, click the "Together We Save" photo at the bottom of this page.
 
 

 

Tri-State Veterans Stand Down Donation

MEC Offers Hand Up for “Stand Down”
The Tri-State Veterans Stand Down is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, March 3 and 4, at the Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce and Bullhead Community Park. Michael Myers, Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council Executive Vice President, a veteran of the United States Marine Corps, said the annual event is in its fourth year and offers "A Hand Up" to all Tri-State area vets, especially men and women who are homeless.

Dozens of representatives from area agencies will be in attendance, including those offering housing assistance, employment services, information for VA and Social Security benefits, vaccines for pets, as well as services affecting personal hygiene, including haircuts.

Admission is free and a giant effort is being made to locate homeless veterans who need transportation to the event. Visit www.javc.org for route schedules serving vets in Kingman, Golden Valley, Fort Mohave, Mohave Valley, Golden Shores/Topock, Laughlin and Bullhead City.

 

Concern for Community is one of our Cooperative Principles​
(L-R) Myers accepts a $675 donation from Carlos Tejeda, Mohave Electric Cooperative
Director District 2 (a U.S. Navy veteran), Heath Barker, MEC Chief Information Officer (a U.S. Army veteran),
and Tyler Carlson, MEC Chief Executive Officer, for the 2017 Tri-State Veterans Stand Down in Bullhead City. (Photo: Paul LaVoie)

 



Mohave Electric Cooperative Annual Meeting Highlights...

Mohave Electric held its Annual Meeting for members at River Valley High School in Mohave Valley on Friday, June 10, 2016.
More than 300 members and guests attended the Annual Meeting, which highlighted MEC’s 70th Anniversary.
The event saw the attendance of U.S. Congressman Paul Gosar, Arizona State Representative Sonny Borrelli, former Arizona State Senator Kelli Ward, and former Bullhead City Councilman Sam Medrano. 

To learn more about the history of Mohave Electric Cooperative and the 2016 Annual Meeting, click here​.

 


 

 

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