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Business continuity plans developed by electric cooperatives are designed to maintain the health and safety of the people working for them and to ensure that business critical operations continue without interruption. These measures help ensure that your electric co-op continues to provide reliable electricity during a business continuity event. How we are responding to ensure the safety of our employees and members and work to keep the lights on.
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As the proliferation of electronics impacts our daily lives, we realize there simply are not enough outlets in our homes. This is particularly true for older homes. As a result, we end up with a number of “outlet expanders,” more commonly known as power strips.
Iowa's legislature unanimously passed the "Move Over. Slow Down" law this past spring. The new law helps to protect utility maintenance vehicles and utility services vehicles from accidents involving travelers and REC employees while on Iowa roads.